Muscle tension dysphonia is frequently used in two completely different ways in laryngology. I made this film in 2007 to distinguish 2 of the 3 ways the term "Muscle Tension Dysphonia" is used in my profession.
Non-organic dyspnea occurs when the vocal cords vibrate during breathing. A non-organic disorder can mimic almost any organic disorder. In the case of non-organic dyspnea this tends to mimic asthma.