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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Suspension microlaryngoscopy under general anesthesia was performed.
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.
Position changes, rigid bronchoscopy, use of a microlaryngoscopy tube or cardiopulmonary bypass may need to be considered.
Four years after the injection, she elected to undergo microlaryngoscopy and vocal fold reduction with a CO, laser.
Specialised endotracheal tubes, including reinforced tubes in nine of 22 containers, microlaryngoscopy tubes in three of 22 containers and Parker tubes in two containers were also noted.
3) Excision of the lesions using microlaryngoscopy instruments has been shown to improve the airway and quality of the voice.
Failure to distinguish verrucous and squamous cell carcinoma on microlaryngoscopy and biopsy.
Microlaryngoscopy was performed with general anesthesia, and a biopsy was taken from the lesion on the vocal fold in order to rule out malignancy.
The patient was taken to the operating room for microlaryngoscopy.
The patient failed a short trial of voice therapy and gave her consent for undergoing microlaryngoscopy with surgical excision of the lesions.
Microlaryngoscopy with excision of the mass was performed for palliation of her dysphagia, and a diagnosis of metastatic breast carcinoma was obtained.
Therefore, she underwent direct microlaryngoscopy with a microflap excision of both vocal fold lesions.