Acute vocal fold hemorrhage after phonosurgery

July 13, 2014
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Laryngoscopic Clinic

In this case, the KTP laser was used to vaporize the bilateral vocal fold varicosities.

A 48-year-old truck driver presented with hoarseness, vocal fatigue, volume disturbance, and a loss of range following an upper respiratory infection 6 months earlier. Five years previously, he had undergone removal of vocal fold “polyps” elsewhere; he had received no postoperative voice therapy.

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