Laryngeal papilloma

April 30, 2012
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Laryngoscopic Clinic

A 59-year-old man, a business development consultant, presented with progressive dysphonia. His vocal problems had had a negative impact on his ability to communicate with his clients, and as a result, he was losing income. His symptoms included breathiness, voice breaks, decreased projection, vocal fatigue, and a globus sensation. His voice handicap index (VHI) at presentation was 84.

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