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laryngologist

(lăr″ĭn-gŏl′ō-jĭst) [″ + logos, word, reason]
A specialist in laryngology.
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The records with clear and vivid videolaryngostroboscopy were included and stroboscopic videos were reviewed independently by two speech language pathologists as well as two laryngologists to confirm the polyp diagnosis and to distinguish the hemorrhagic from non-hemorrhagic polyps clinically.
Chronic myofascial pain syndrome is a diagnostic and therapeutic problem for many specialists, such as dentists, laryngologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, general surgeons, anesthetists, psychiatrists, and oncologists [1].
The laryngologist views the vocal folds from above during a routine laryngoscopy exam using either a rigid scope (laying on the tongue like a pencil-sized tongue depressor; one speaks/sings the vowel "ee") or a flexible scope (an approximately 1/8-inch diameter scope threading through a nostril into the throat above the larynx; one speaks/sings any vowel or words).
In the case reported by the author, the patient with the denticle consulted with laryngologist (suspected otitis media) and neurologist (suspected trigeminal neuralgia) [22].
For years, New York laryngologist Jaime Kaufman has successfully treated thousands of patients with hard-to-diagnose, recalcitrant chronic cough--coughs that have no pulmonary cause and do not respond to acid suppression.
Lee Akst, a laryngologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Voice Center in Baltimore, told the Los Angeles Times.
He is also honorary laryngologist to the Royal Northern College of Music.
Plan ahead, and before you need help, locate a laryngologist with videostrobe exam equipment and experience working with singers.
He is a laryngologist who specializes in treating patients with voice and swallowing problems.
According to Ron Mitchell, MD, a pediatric laryngologist at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, "Without a control group, all we can say is that adenotonsillectomy and improved behavior were associated, not necessarily correlated."