microlaryngoscopy

microlaryngoscopy

 [mi″kro-lar″ing-gos´kah-pe]
examination of the interior of the larynx with a laryngoscope with binocular magnification.
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The patient underwent suspension microlaryngoscopy.
Its diagnostic accuracy equals that of microlaryngoscopy examination.
Technique of Optical Coherence Tomography of the Larynx During Microlaryngoscopy," Laryngoscope 117, no.
24] Observations in our study reveal that direct microlaryngoscopy under GA by virtue of it providing better exposure, adequate time for unhurried completion of the procedure, and other advantages enumerated above provide a better accuracy of observation and thus, complement the indirect laryngoscopy in the diagnosis of benign lesions of the larynx which is already cited in a previous study.
A suspension microlaryngoscopy showed a lesion of the left false vocal cord; a biopsy was performed.
The presentation contained 8 laryngeal images of unilateral or bilateral laryngeal lesions obtained during microlaryngoscopy (Figure 1).
Surgical treatment for adductor spasmodic dysphonia: efficacy of bilateral thyroarytenoid myectomy under microlaryngoscopy.
CO2 laser versus conventional microlaryngoscopy in benign changes of the vocal cords.
She was treated surgically by microlaryngoscopy under general anaesthesia.
Four institutions had only 50%, 56%, 67% and 78% of this equipment, as well as poor access to a functioning mastoid drill for mastoidectomies; no ossicular prostheses for middle ear reconstructive surgery; and no microlaryngoscopy sets for vocal cord surgery.
This study was conducted to determine the etiology of hoarseness in our setup and highlight the importance of microlaryngoscopy in the management of hoarseness.
Position changes, rigid bronchoscopy, use of a microlaryngoscopy tube or cardiopulmonary bypass may need to be considered.