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  • [Laryngeal Surgery - Malignant Lesions]. [Journal Article]
    Laryngorhinootologie 2019; 98(10):725-741Arens C, Schwemmle C, Voigt-Zimmermann S
  • This article is intended to give an overview of the surgery for laryngeal malignancies and the current state of transoral endoscopic laryngeal surgery. The current therapy concepts in transoral endoscopic laryngeal surgery are presented in combination with the various possibilities of reconstruction. The adequate oncological treatment under functional aspects described plays the decisive role her…
  • [Laryngeal Tuberculosis Diagnosed in a Pathological Laboratory in Senegal (2011-2015)]. [Journal Article]
    Bull Soc Pathol Exot 2018; 111(1):5-8Thiam I, Doh K, … Woto Gaye G
  • Laryngeal tuberculosis (LT) is a rare disease. The therapy for LT is easy but the diagnosis remains a challenge for the pathologist and the laryngologist because of the absence of specific signs. The objective was to analyze the epidemiological and pathological profiles of LT cases in Dakar (Senegal) with a view to better understand this pathology. This study was a retrospective and descriptive o…
  • StatPearls: Cricothyrotomy (Cricothyroidotomy) [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) McKenna Peter P Stony Brook University Hospital Morley Eric J. EJ Stony Brook Medicine BOOK
  • The surgical airway is not a new concept in the world of medicine.  Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics display images indicating that surgeons may have performed this procedure thousands of years ago. In 100 B.C., Asclepiades of Bithynia completed the first documented, elective surgical airway. In 1546, Antonio Mus Brassavola was the first to record a successful surgical airway, and Thomas Fienus fir…
  • Dysphagia in Parkinson's Disease Improves with Vocal Augmentation. [Journal Article]
    Dysphagia 2019Howell RJ, Webster H, … Khosla S
  • While voice-related disorders in Parkinson's disease (PD) are commonly discussed in the literature, dysphagia in PD is less widely published. Vocal fold augmentation, including injection laryngoplasty (IL), is a well-established treatment for glottal insufficiency (Cates et al. in Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 155(3):454-457, 2016). This study aimed to observe the effects of IL in PD patients with v…
  • Pediatricians' proficiency in the care of the dysphonic child. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope 2019; 129(8):1756-1762Schiff CS, Zur KB, … Pitman MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Veteran pediatricians feel more comfortable diagnosing a voice disorder and are more likely to refer a DC, regardless of patient/parent complaints or compounding factors. Pediatricians are most likely to refer to a pediatric otolaryngologist versus a voice specialist. These findings suggest that education of younger, less-experienced pediatricians about recognizing voice disorders and options for referral is needed. This may improve the overall care of the DC.
  • Voice therapy associated with a decrease in the reflux symptoms index in patients with voice complaints. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope 2019; 129(5):1169-1173Schneider SL, Clary MS, … Courey MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study of patients with muscle tension dysphonia or vocal hyperfunction not responsive to antireflux therapy, RSI and VHI-10 scores improved following voice therapy. Results suggest that self-reported symptoms typically attributed to laryngopharyngeal reflux disease may actually be secondary to inefficient voice use patterns or anxiety about dysphonia that are responsive to voice therapy.
  • Predicting Patient Needs for Interdisciplinary Services in a Voice and Swallowing Center. [Journal Article]
    J Voice 2018Hess HE, Barone NA, Daniero JJ
  • In a subspecialty interdisciplinary voice and swallowing clinic, patient referrals come from a wide variety of disciplines for various reasons, which can make scheduling their initial evaluations challenging. Depending on the nature of complaints and symptoms, patients may best be evaluated either by a single provider (a laryngologist) or by an interdisciplinary team that includes a speech-langua…
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