ALBD

(redirected from Adductor Laryngeal Breathing Dystonia)
AcronymDefinition
ALBDActive Living by Design (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Chapel Hill, NC)
ALBDAtria Location Broker Daemon (software)
ALBDA Lesson Before Dying (book)
ALBDAvailable Lower Berth Day (cruise ship industry)
ALBDAdductor Laryngeal Breathing Dystonia (rare disorder)
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Among them are two types of spasmodic dysphonia, adductor laryngeal breathing dystonia, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, oromandibular dystonia, torticollis, facial nerve paresis with synkinesis, hyperkinetic facial lines, and cricopharyngeal spasm.
The treatment of adductor laryngeal breathing dystonia (respiratory dystonia) with botulinum toxin was described by Grillone et al in 1994, [32] This condition is characterized by a paradoxical adduction of the vocal folds during inspiration, which leads to stridor.