endolaryngeal

endolaryngeal

 [en″do-lah-rin´je-al]
situated on or occurring within the larynx.

en·do·la·ryn·ge·al

(en'dō-lă-rin'jē-ăl),
Within the larynx.

endolaryngeal

/en·do·la·ryn·ge·al/ (en″do-lah-rin´je-il) situated or occurring within the larynx.

endolaryngeal

situated on or occurring within the larynx.
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Tenders are invited for supply, installation, testing and commissioning of endolaryngeal surgery set -surgical instruments
Shortly thereafter, she had developed hoarseness secondary to left vocal fold paralysis, and several years later she was treated with endolaryngeal injection of a soft-tissue bulking agent (Vox implant) to medialize the vocal fold.
The mass is extending into the inferior aspect of the epiglottis, soft tissue of the larynx and into right endolaryngeal space (Figure 2).
Using color photos of cadaver specimens on every page to illustrate techniques, this atlas for laryngeal phonosurgical dissection in the laboratory guides readers in step-by-step fashion through the identification of all relevant anatomic structures of the larynx, and details the key steps of several external and endolaryngeal phonosurgical procedures.
Its safety and efficacy for endolaryngeal use is well established.
Endolaryngeal surgical resection of the mass was accomplished without the need to remove the implant.
11,12) For example, polytetrafluoroethylene injection has fallen out of favor because of the unpredictable nature of the foreign-body reaction it causes, which often leads to the formation of endolaryngeal granulomas.
Of this group, 37 patients had active endolaryngeal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), 2 patients had inactive endolaryngeal SCC, 2 patients had thyroid cancer, and 1 patient had been treated for chronic aspiration.
The endolaryngeal mucosa was reconstructed with simple sutures, and the laryngeal framework was closed appropriately.
It is also believed that vocal fold medialization techniques often lead to unsatisfactory results because of the scarred endolaryngeal tissue.
3) Once the endolaryngeal and cricopharyngeal mucosa are divided, mucosal flaps are created on either side of the incision with microscissors, and a double-layer closure is made with the sutures placed in a distal to proximal fashion.
Both of these patients had demonstrated viscous endolaryngeal secretions and vocal fold edema on videostroboscopy.