chronic posterior laryngitis

chronic posterior laryngitis

a form of laryngitis involving principally the interarytenoid area; thought to be caused by regurgitation of gastric contents.

chron·ic pos·te·ri·or lar·yn·gi·tis

(kron'ik pos-tēr'ē-ŏr lar-in-jī'tis)
A form of laryngitis involving principally the interarytenoid area; thought to be caused by regurgitation of gastric contents.
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(14) They found no statistically significant differences in the resolution of primary symptoms, in improvement in the chronic posterior laryngitis index, in the change in LPR health-related quality of life, in the percentage of symptom-free days, or in the percentage symptom-free patients.
Key: LPR = laryngopharyngeal reflux; RFS = reflux finding score; RSI = reflux symptom index; CPLI = chronic posterior laryngitis index.
Ex juvantibus approach for chronic posterior laryngitis: Results of short-term pantoprazole therapy.
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