laryngeal polyp


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la·ryn·ge·al pol·yp

a polyp projecting from the surface of one of the vocal cords.
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laryngeal polyp

A polyp attached to the vocal cords and extending to the air passageway.
See also: polyp
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Laryngeal polyps are among the most common lesions of the vocal folds.
Most laryngeal polyps are small lesions attached to the free edges of the true vocal folds.