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Some specific medical problems of professional operatic singers1

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The psychological and medical problems of operatic singers are presented. The stress and pressure created by the demanding environment of an opera production, including stage fright, are described and the question of using medications to alleviate these is discussed. The improper use of medications in general is also addressed. The unique problems for singers undergoing surgery and during the postoperative period are also mentioned.


 

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