Miloslav Seeman


Miloslav Seeman was an otolaryngologist and phoniatrician. In 1922, he established at the Prague Otologic Clinic an outpatient department for diseases of speech and voice and impaired hearing. In 1947, Seeman, along with his colleagues Richard Luchsinger and Jean Tarneaud founded the journal Folia Phoniatrica, the official organ of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics. And in 1967, Seeman’s created a phoniatric clinic and laboratory in the the Medical Faculty of Charles University, Prague.

References by Milosov Seeman, arranged chronologically

Seeman M (1921) Laryngostroboskopische Unter-suchungen bei einseitiger Rekurrensläh-mung. Monatsschr Ohrenheilk Laryngol Rhinol, 55: 1621–1634.

Seeman M. (1922). Speech and voice without larynx and their origin (in Czech). ?as lék ?es 65, 369–372.

Seeman M: Principles of phoniatric treatment after uranoplasty (in Czech). ?as lék ?es 1922; 65: 811–815.

Seeman M. (1922). About causes of mutity in childhood (in Czech). ?as lék ?es 1922; 65: 469–472.

Seeman, M. (1957). About the development of phoniatrics (in Czech). ?sl Otolaryng 6, 5, 257–265.

Seeman M (1966). Speech pathology in Czechoslovakia. In R. Rieber and R. Brubaker (Eds): Speech Pathology. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1966, pp 439–457.

Vrtica, K. (2009). Who was standing at the cradle of phoniatrics? To Celebrate the 90th anniversary of the name of our medical specialty Folia Phoniat and Logopedics, 61, 311–315.