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Laryngeal papilloma

May 1, 2012  |  Rima A. DeFatta, MD; Johnathan B. Sataloff; Grace E. Klaris; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Anterior and posterior glottic webs

July 14, 2011  |  Jennifer M. Cannady, MA CCC-SLP and Lee A. Reussner, MD

Reinke edema: Signs, symptoms, and findings on strobovideolaryngoscopy

April 1, 2011  |  Danielle Gainor, MD, Farhad R. Chowdhury, DO, and Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Laryngeal paraganglioma

October 1, 2010  |  Yoav Hahn, MD, Richard Isaacs, MD, and Peter C. Belafsky, MD, PhD

Acute dysphonia secondary to vocal fold hemorrhage after vardenafil use

June 1, 2010  |  Vikas Singh, MD, Seth M. Cohen, MD, MPH, Bernard Rousseau, PhD, J. Pieter Noordzij, MD, C. Gaelyn Garrett, MD, and Robert H. Ossoff, DMD, MD

Abstract

Owing to their vasodilatory effects, the phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors have become widely used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Among the reported adverse events of these agents are epistaxis, variceal bleeding, intracranial hemorrhage, and hemorrhoidal bleeding. We...

Type 2 sulcus vocalis: Sulcus vergeture

January 1, 2010  |  Edward J. Damrose, MD, FACS

Jugular fossa meningioma: Presentation and treatment options

October 1, 2009  |  Amy L. Rutt, DO, Xiaoli Chen, MD, and Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Abstract

Primary jugular fossa meningiomas are among the rarest subtypes of meningioma. They are intimately related to the lower cranial nerves, the jugular bulb and vein, and the temporal bone, and they have a tendency to extend both intra- and extracranially. The most common morbidity...

A survey of current practices of physicians who treat adductor spasmodic dysphonia in the U.S.

May 1, 2009  |  Christopher Y. Chang, MD, Peter Chabot, PhD, and Christopher M. Walz, MD

Abstract

We conducted a survey to determine the current practices of a subset of physicians in the United States who treat patients with adductor spasmodic dysphonia. Surveys were sent to 169 physicians listed in the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association database, and responses were...

Tracheal amyloidosis-an unusual cause of stridor

May 1, 2009  |  Emer E. Lang, FRCS(ORL), Eimear Phelan, AFRCSI, and Helena Rowley, FRCS(ORL)

Abstract

Amyloidosis confined to the trachea is an exceedingly rare entity. We describe the case of a 63-year-old man who presented with a history of dysphonia and stridor. Rigid bronchoscopy revealed a segment of abnormal tissue at the midtracheal level, resembling granulation tissue....

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome presenting as dysphonia and manifesting as tongue hypermobility: Report of 2 cases

February 1, 2009  |  Jeremy D. Richmon, MD, Jessica Wang-Rodriguez, MD, and Apurva A. Thekdi, MD

Abstract

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) comprises a group of related hereditary connective tissue diseases. EDS manifests as joint hypermobility, tissue elasticity, and easy bruising. Although affected patients typically present to primary care physicians, orthopedists, and...

A rare cause of dysphonia

August 1, 2008  |  Iman Naseri, MD, Sarah K. Wise, MD, and Adam M. Klein, MD

Abstract

Although dysphonia is a common complaint among patients seen in an otolaryngology clinic, an autoimmune cause of the problem is less common. Autoimmune disease can be the source of various laryngologic manifestations, but diagnosis depends on a high index of suspicion, careful...

Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis

January 1, 2008  |  Soham Roy, MD and Richard J. Vivero, MD

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