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Vocal Fold Mucosal Cyst

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Clinical case: vocal fold mucosal cyst.  

Hemorrhage in the Vocal Fold

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Patient complaining of sore throat, voice change. Denies injury. A week after conservative therapy, complete recovery.

Reinke's Edema of the Left Vocal Fold Treated...

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 This video demonstrates Reinke's edema of the left vocal fold treated with laser. 

Functional Voice Disorder

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Video presents a diagnostic problem - false cord phonation and hoarse voice in child. Possible cause - hyperadduction of false cords. Movements of plices are observed by endoscopy.

Laryngoscopy with Biopsy of Vocal Cord

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Video shows a case of laryngoscopy performed without general anesthesia followed by biopsy of vocal cord.

Hoarseness Caused by Red Vocal Fold Polyp

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Video presents endoscopic image of red vocal fold polyp.

Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) (1 of 2) State...

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This picture shows the diminution of the size after one month of treatment with PPI.

Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) (1 of 2) - Granuloma

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GRANULOMA - The vocal fold on the right side of the picture has a granuloma attached to the vocal process which is causing a small reactive lesion on the opposite vocal process. Laryngopharyngeal...

Videostroboscopy-True Vocal Fold Polyp

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In this video we can see a benign reddish polyp arising from the right vocal fold free edge. The microsurgical excision was performed and the prognosis is excellent.

The Vocal Fold Palsy Fully Compensated in HD

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In this video we can see a fully compensated left adductor vocal fold palsy. To produce the normal voice the normal right vocal fold needs to meet the paralyzed side without phonate gap.

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