Data suggest that dysphonia severity in presbyphonia is not fully explained by a glottic gap or secondary muscle tension dysphonia (MTD) alone.
Literature Reviews » Laryngology
Fat is an excellent source for autologous grafts and, with careful patient selection and proper surgical technique, is suitable for long-term correction of glottic insufficiency.
Normative data for laryngeal adductor reflex (LAR) response rates to low, medium, and high stimulation forces are useful to assess sensory dysfunction in a variety of laryngopharyngeal disorders.
Treatment-seeking transgender women perceive a voice handicap in speaking and singing that appears separate from gender-related voice/communication concerns.
Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis continues to decline since the implementation of the HPV vaccination, and advancements show promise in RRP medical management.
Arytenoid adduction suture placed in the anterior inferior thyroid ala results in the best acoustic, aerodynamic, and voice quality outcomes.
A look at the factors and complications associated with prolonged inpatient length of stay in patients who receive total laryngectomy.
Hypopharyngeal-proximal reflux episodes occur less frequently than gastroesophageal reflux disease episodes after meals and at night, and future therapies for LPR patients should take the HEMII-pH profile into consideration.
Patients having significant airway improvement in the upper pharynx with mandibular advancement (MA) during drug-induced sleep endoscopy (DISE) appear less likely to succeed with hypoglossal nerve stimulation (HGNS).
A look at the impact of positioning or head manipulation during thyroid surgery on two different commercially available recording electrode arrays.