Cooper-RAND artificial larynx
Pronunciation: ku'per rand
Definition: an electronic device for vocal rehabilitation after laryngectomy that produces an intraoral sound that can be articulated into speech with the pharynx, palate, tongue, lips, and teeth.
[Or. Herbert Cooper + RAND Corporation]
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