vocal fold nodules

vo·cal fold nod·ules

small, circumscribed, bilateral, beadlike enlargements on the free edge of the vocal folds at the junction of the anterior one third and the posterior two thirds caused by misuse or abuse of the voice; often reversible by voice therapy.
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Update on etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of vocal fold nodules, polyps, and cysts.
Delivery of Intensive Voice Therapy for Vocal Fold Nodules Via Telepractice: A Pilot Feasibility and Efficacy Study.
It has a tremendous positive effect in people with vocal fatigue, vocal fold nodules, and polyps.
5% of the overall population suffers from hoarseness; among the most common causes of hoarseness are vocal fold nodules and polyps.
A review of 1156 patients found that the most common population to experience vocal fold nodules were boys and middle aged women (Nagata, Kurita, Yasumoto, Maeda, Kawasaki, & Hirano, 1983).
Update on the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of vocal fold nodules, polyps, and cysts.
Vocal fold nodules are callous-like masses; cysts are blister-like masses; and polyps are jelly-like masses that form on the vocal folds as a result of chronic overuse, loud crying, yelling, screaming, or excessively loud talking.
Update on the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of vocal fold nodules, polyps and cysts.
surveyed 21 singers who had undergone surgery for vocal fold nodules, noting that the average time between estimated onset of symptoms and initial diagnosis was 27 months.
They are frequently misdiagnosed initially as vocal fold nodules.
Para a busca foram utilizados os termos: nodulos vocais, vocal fold nodules, polipos vocais, vocal polyps, edema de Reinke, Reinke's edema; prega vocal, vocal folds, voz, voice e disfonia.