Laryngeal Paralysis and Paresis

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24 Laryngeal Paralysis and Paresis Nazaneen N. Grant, Lucian Sulica, Ronda E. Alexander, and Andrew Blitzer Pathophysiology of the Paralyzed Vocal Fold The laryngoscopic appearance of vocal fold paralysis reflects…

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Introduction to Videostroboscopy

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10 Introduction to Videostroboscopy Katherine A. kendall Just like the beating of hummingbird wings, human vocal folds vibrate at a rate that is faster than can be perceived by the…

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Normal Glottic Configuration

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14 Normal Glottic Configuration Edie R. Hapner Glottal configuration and glottal closure are terms often used interchangeably in the literature to describe the spatial characteristics of the vocal folds during…

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Interpreting the Videostroboscopic Examination

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13 Interpreting the Videostroboscopic Examination Nicolas E. Maragos Videostroboscopy is a distinctive tool used in the study of vocal dysfunction and laryngeal disorders. Refinements of equipment over the past two-plus…

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Laryngeal Leukoplakia and Neoplasm

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26 Laryngeal Leukoplakia and Neoplasm Steven Bielamowicz and Lauren C. Cunningham Vocal communication is an important element of human interaction. Voice is produced by the coordination of expiration and vocal…

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Laryngeal Inflammation

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23 Laryngeal Inflammation Natasha Mirza, Cesar Ruiz, and Katherine A. Kendall Laryngitis, meaning inflammation of the larynx, is one of the most common conditions involving the larynx and occurs in…

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Flexible Laryngoscopy for In-office Procedures

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9 Flexible Laryngoscopy for In-office Procedures Seth H. Dailey An aging U.S. population with higher general anesthetic risk profiles, new endoscopes with better imaging and features for office procedures, and…

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The Science of Stroboscopic Imaging

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11 The Science of Stroboscopic Imaging Robert E. Hillman and Daryush D. Mehta During phonation, the vocal folds usually open and close over 100 times per second and vibrate at…

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