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Posthemorrhagic polyp

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August 1, 2007
by Robert Eller, MD; Mary Hawkshaw, RN, BSN, CORLN; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA

A 27-year-old Web site designer experienced sudden hoarseness after yelling at a sporting event. Over the next 6 to 8 weeks, he experienced a general, but incomplete, improvement in his voice. Following a videostroboscopic examination (figure), he was diagnosed with a posthemorrhagic vocal fold polyp.

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