In a symptomatic patient with an otherwise unremarkable examination, it is important to observe the vocal fold edge carefully during strobovideolaryngoscopy
in order to clearly distinguish the border of the vocal fold from areas of edema.
and high-resolution computed tomography are helpful in mapping the web, and intraoperative assessment with a 70[degrees] telescope (figure 2) is invaluable for symptomatic patients who require treatment.
in our office confirmed the glottic insufficiency.
, the patient exhibited signs consistent with LPR, as well as moderate to severe edema and erythema of the supraglottic and glottic mucosal surfaces.
detected a polypoid mass of the right vocal fold; the mass had caused a large contact indentation on the left (figure, A).
Bilateral mixed laryngoceles: Simultaneous strobovideolaryngoscopy
and external video examination.
Dysphonia and delayed food allergy: A provocation/neutralization study with strobovideolaryngoscopy