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Twain, who has been open about her struggle with regaining her vocal strength after a battle with Lyme disease resulting in dysphonia, sounded rested and clear.
Krauss had been suffering from vocal problems around that time, and went on hiatus in September 2013, citing a condition called dysphonia.
Another possibility was spasmodic dysphonia, a condition in which spasms of the vocal cords affect speech.
What Mr. Hancock initially dismissed as a sore throat was diagnosed as spasmodic dysphonia, an incurable neurological condition that causes spasms in the vocal cords and is made worse by stress.
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