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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...

Bilobulated Uvula

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Normal anatomical variation. The uvula plays an important role in the articulation of the sound of the human voice to form the sounds of speech. It functions in tandem with the back of the throat,...

Oropharinx of a professional singer (1 of 2)

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A 45 year-old male. Curiously one of the arathinoids is a little hypertrophic.

Pharyngeal Endoscopy - Tracheoesophageal Voice...

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In this video we can see the voice produced by tracheoesophageal prosthesis. After the larynx (voice box) removal due to the cancer recurrence the patient could not speak, so to enable it the procedure...

Laryngeal Tremors

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Phonatory disturbance is potentially caused by involuntary, abnormal movements ot larynx. The lack of neuromuscular coordination affects structures of pharynx and larynx and as a result the voice is interrupted...

Parkinson's Disease - Laryngeal Tremors

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Larynx affected by Parkinson's disease (tremors) is presented. Primary problem was optimally treated, followed by voice therapy.

Laryngeal Movements

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This learning video presents the anatomy and physiology of the larynx. The laryngeal movements and the vocal folds positions during respiration, phonation and sniffing are perfectly presented. You will...

Laryngeal Movements and vocal folds positions

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This learning video presents the anatomy and physiology of the larynx. The laryngeal movements and the vocal folds positions during respiration, phonation and sniffing are perfectly presented. You will...

Hyperfunctional Voice

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The patient which suffers from acute depression with laryngologic symptoms (a tightly closed supraglottis to the extent of severe difficulty in initiation of speech) is presented in this video. At the...

Functional Aphonia - laryngeal movements

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Assessment of laryngeal movement in functional aphonia was performed. Structural disfunction or neurological defects may cause failure of true vocal folds adduction during phonation. Lack of voice is...

Tracheoesophageal fistula and the upper oesophageal...

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The tracheoesophageal fistula and the upper oesophageal lumen upon voice prosthesis removal is presented in this video. If the leakage is present (for example upon drinking of coloured fluid), the prosthesis...

Vocal Folds Nodules - Microsurgery

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Typical changes at the junction of anterior 1/3rd to posterior 2/3rd of vocal folds are vocal nodules - bilateral symmetrical swellings arising from the free edge. The main cause is the misuse, overuse...

Difference in Palatal and Oropharyngeal Configuration...

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The proper speech (pronunciation of different vowels) needs the special configuration of the throat provided by muscular attachments on the soft palate, pharynx and tongue. The laryngologist takes this...

Vocal folds in bilateral vocal folds palsy

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This particular case shows the bilateral vocal fold palsy - it is seen through the tracheostoma after the tracheostomy tube removal (to perform subglotiscopy). In this case, the examination was done by...

Restored Voice by False Vocal Folds Compensation

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This video is a great example of the compensatory mechanism - stridor due to bilateral abductor vocal folds palsy was treated by bilateral posterior cordectomy and as a result the false vocal folds adapted...

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