laryngoplasty


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laryngoplasty

 [lah-ring´go-plas″te]
plastic repair of the larynx.

la·ryn·go·plas·ty

(lă-ring'gō-plas'tē),
Reparative or plastic surgery of the larynx.
[laryngo- + G. plassō, to form]

laryngoplasty

(lə-rĭng′gə-plăs′tē)
n.
Reparative or plastic surgery of the larynx.

la·ryn·go·plas·ty

(lă-ring'gō-plas-tē)
Reparative or plastic surgery of the larynx.
[laryngo- + G. plassō, to form]
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Dynamic respiratory endoscopic findings pre- and post laryngoplasty in Thoroughbred racehorses.
The present study corresponds to the first phase I-IIA clinical trial (phase I/IIA clinical trial, unicentric, randomized, controlled, and two parallel groups), to evaluate the safety of a new therapy with ADRC-enriched fat grafting (AF + ADRCs) for VF laryngoplasty after UVFP originating a GG in the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) E2F format.
Effect of temporary vocal fold injection medialization on the rate of permanent medialization laryngoplasty in unilateral vocal fold paralysis patients.
[sup][3],[4] However, before the laryngeal reinnervation was well established, early in the 1974, a widespread and undying medialization laryngoplasty (ML) was invented by Isshiki et al .
Anterior commissure laryngoplasty for adjustment of vocal fold tension.
A useful therapy for the permanent unilateral injury of the vocal folds is injection laryngoplasty by administering a percutaneous injection in the vocal muscle with a 25G needle passing through the cricothyroid membrane under local anesthesia or directly through the thyroid cartilage, under observation with a trans-nasal flexible fiberscope (9).
This is a textbook that is clinically a useful reference tool for evaluating and treating the following therapies: vocal fold injection, medialization laryngoplasty and arytenoid repositioning surgery.
While the impact of injection laryngoplasty on voice outcomes in unilateral vocal fold immobility has been well characterized, there is a relative paucity of literature investigating its influence on swallow function and outcomes.
There are multiple methods of treatment, and the tieback (laryngoplasty) procedure is still the most common method of treatment.
Injection medialization laryngoplasty began with Brunings performing paraffin injections in the early 1900s.
Subsequently, the insufficient glottis was corrected by medialized laryngoplasty, to complete the entire reconstruction work.
Multiparameter comparison of injection laryngoplasty, medialization laryngoplasty, and arytenoid adduction in an excised larynx model.