videostroboscopy

videostroboscopy

A technique that provides a magnified, slow-motion view of the vocal cords during phonation, which allows doctors and speech language pathologists to assess numerous parameters (e.g., abnormal motion of the vocal cords), as well as directly visualise lesions on the cord.

Method
The larynx is imaged stroboscopically and recorded on videotape while the patient is instructed to produce various types of sound for different lengths of time.
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[5] recommended identifying the recurrent laryngeal nerve and confirming its integrity with videostroboscopy to help prevent false-positive or false-negative diagnoses in all cases without a normal voice.
She also combines traditional viewpoints and modern medical information and technologies such as videostroboscopy. Although she does not use a lot of scientific data to underpin her arguments, she provides a useful listing of scientific research and related websites for further studies.--Reviewed by Felix Chan, Urbana, Illinois
Both speech pathologists and otolaryngologists will welcome this superb text, which presents the examination methods and technology for indirect laryngoscopy, flexible laryngoscopy, videostroboscopy, and high-speed laryngeal imaging.
In general, follow-up examinations by a laryngologist, consultation with a speech therapist, and videostroboscopy examination of the larynx are recommended.