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Laryngeal hemangioma presenting as a laryngocele

November 3, 2017  |  Kevin Shaigany, MD; Sidrah M. Ahmad, MD; Nausheen Jamal, MD

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Paresis podule on a paralyzed vocal fold

August 24, 2017  |  Karthik S. Shastri, MD; Aaron J. Jaworek, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Paresis podules are localized areas of Reinke edema that can develop on paretic or paralyzed vocal folds, or on the contralateral vocal fold.

A severe case of Reinke edema

July 18, 2017  |  Mark C. Lentner, DO; Nathan L. Colon, MD; Amanda Hu, MD, FRCSC

Heavy smoking (especially in women), laryngopharyngeal reflux, hypothyroidism, and voice abuse are common etiologies associated with this condition.

Presbyphonia: What can be done?

March 24, 2017  |  Karen Kost, MD, FRCSC; Kourosh Parham, MS, PhD, FACS

In assessing elderly patients with dysphonia, it is important to recognize that prespyphonia is a diagnosis of exclusion, and it may coexist with other vocal disorders.

Effect of renal failure on voice

January 25, 2017  |  Walid A. Mudawwar, MD; Elie S. Alam, MD; Doja S. Sarieddine, BS; Zaahir A. Turfe, MD; Abdul-Latif H. Hamdan, MD, EMBA, FACS

Abstract

The objective of this case-control study was to assess the impact of dysphonia on quality of life and to report the perceptual and acoustic findings in patients with chronic renal failure. A total of 22 patients with chronic renal failure and 18 healthy controls were recruited...

Hemorrhagic polyp with large occult sulcus vocalis in a singer

September 19, 2016  |  Meghan O'Brien, DO; Libby J. Smith, DO

A sulcus can decrease the functional vibratory property of the vocal fold free edge and result in dysphonia.

Blood flow to a hemorrhagic vocal fold mass

February 24, 2016  |  Jaime Eaglin Moore, MD; Natalie Krane, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

While the value of treatment of the vessels that feed an area of mass formation seems self-evident, the wisdom of treating draining vessels has not been established.

Laryngitis obscuring an anterior glottic mass

January 22, 2016  |  James D. Thompson, MD; Jaime Eaglin Moore, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Anterior masses, such as the one seen in this case, can cause glottic insufficiency and vocal strain.

Surgical resection of cervical schwannoma and paraganglioma: Speech and swallowing outcomes

August 27, 2015  |  Noah P. Parker, MD; Noel Jabbour, MD; Amy Anne Lassig, MD; Bevan Yueh, MD, MPH; Samir S. Khariwala, MD

Abstract

We conducted a retrospective study (1999 to 2009) at our tertiary care institution to evaluate speech and swallowing outcomes after the resection of cervical schwannoma or paraganglioma. Of 6 patients treated for schwannoma, 5 (83.3%) had immediate dysphonia and dysphagia. All...

Lipoid proteinosis of the larynx

March 2, 2015  |  Jagdeep Singh Virk, MA(Cantab), MRCS, DOHNS; Sonal Tripathi, BSc, MBChB; Ann Sandison, FRCPath; Guri Sandhu, MD, FRCS, FRCS(ORL-HNS)

here is no accepted gold standard of management, but surgery should be used judiciously in selected patients to improve voice function and maintain the airway. Long-term follow-up and repeat procedures are usually required for disease control, and genetic counseling may be needed.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis presenting as bilateral abductor paralysis

December 19, 2014  |  Michelle Levian, DO; Reena Gupta, MD, FACS

Occasionally, patients who have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis initially present with vocal and respiratory signs and symptoms.

Vocal fold tear in an operatic tenor

September 18, 2014  |  Joel E. Portnoy, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

The patient complained of increased throat clearing and coughing. He had experienced similar symptoms 3 months previously, which had resolved with voice rest.

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