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... suspension microlaryngoscopy (SML). Key points in the discrepancy in diagnosis between rigid telescopic strobo-video-laryngoscopy and SML are highlighted. ...
... The acoustic and perceptual effects of topical anesthetic and flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy ...
Evaluation of Dysphonic Patients by General Otolaryngologists
Journal of Voice (2012) Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 772-778

Objective: To investigate the instruments used by general otolaryngologists to visualize the larynx, assess the perception of the instruments' capabilities, and understand their comfort diagnosing specific etiologies of dysphonia. Study Design: Cross-sectional survey. Methods: One thousand randomly chosen general otolaryngologists ...

... fiberoptic laryngoscopy were most commonly used. Approximately 84.1% used stroboscopy and 33.7 ... % reported laryngoscopy could assess vibration. Respondents were more comfortable diagnosing conditions ... may not appreciate the differences between stroboscopy and laryngoscopy. General otolaryngologists are ...
... injection with indirect laryngoscopy or direct laryngoscopy and transcutaneous injection through the ...
... of direct laryngoscopy to assess post-TLI or tracheotomy injuries. ...
Diagnosing Aerodynamic Supraglottic Collapse With Rest and Exercise Flexible Laryngoscopy
Journal of Voice (2012) Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 779-784

Objective: Laryngomalacia is best known as a self-resolving infantile disorder characterized by inspiratory stridor with occlusion of the larynx by collapse of arytenoid tissues due to Bernoulli forces. Adult laryngomalacia has been sporadically described in the literature. We identified a ...

... to dyspnea with exertion. Diagnosis was made using rest and exercise flexible laryngoscopy. Results ... forceful inspiration, reinforce the diagnostic role of rest and exercise flexible laryngoscopy in ... exercise flexible laryngoscopy. Results: Symptoms resolved in all patients who underwent traditional or ...
... Transnasal flexible laryngoscopy (TFL) is an examination of laryngeal anatomy and physiology using ...
Vocal Fold Paralysis Secondary to Phonotrauma
Journal of Voice (2014) Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 129.e9-129.e11

A unique case of acute onset vocal fold paralysis secondary to phonotrauma is presented. The cause was forceful vocalization by a drill instructor on a firearm range. Imaging studies revealed extensive intralaryngeal and retropharyngeal hemorrhage. Laryngoscopy showed a complete left ...

... extensive intralaryngeal and retropharyngeal hemorrhage. Laryngoscopy showed a complete left vocal fold ... . Laryngoscopy showed a complete left vocal fold paralysis. Relative voice rest was recommended, and the patient ...
... treatment protocol in patients with VCD, we aimed to substantiate this theory by performing laryngoscopy ...
Dysphonia in Children
Journal of Voice (2012) Vol. 26, No. 5, pp. 674/e17-e20
... . Laryngoscopy is essential for their diagnosis because it helps differentiate several laryngeal lesions ...
Hyoid Bone Tenderness as a Clinical Indicator of Laryngeal Pathology
Journal of Voice (2014) Vol. 28, No. 6, pp. 835-837

Hyoid bone tenderness is an underemphasized clinical abnormality and is described as discomfort or pain on gentle palpation of the greater cornu. The primary outcome of this study is to assess if there is any association between hyoid tenderness and ...

... tenderness. Presenting complaints and findings on nasal laryngoscopy were compared to identify any ... . Findings on nasal laryngoscopy showed a significant association between hyoid tenderness and vocal ... . Presenting complaints and findings on nasal laryngoscopy were compared to identify any association between ...
... laryngoscopy. Although the pathophysiology of formation is not well establihed, it is attributed as a primary ...