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Laryngeal Verruca Vulgaris: A Case Report and Review of Literature

Han JS, Hong SB, Lee P, Park YH

Verruca vulgaris of the larynx (VVL) is an extremely rare disease that can be easily misdiagnosed as papillary keratosis, squamous papilloma or verrucous carcinoma, which would have led to needless...
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Endoscopic Resection of a Vocal Cord Polyp in a Patient with Difficult Laryngeal Exposure

Lee SK, Lee SA, Lee SJ, Lee SW

Vocal cord polyps are generally removed using a direct laryngoscope and surgical microscope. In some case of laryngeal microsurgery, laryngeal exposure with surgical microscope is difficult because of severalfactors. We...
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A Case of Killian-Jamieson Diverticulum in the Esophagus

Seon SW, Jung JH, Lee E, Lee SW

A Killian-Jamieson diverticulum (KJD) is an unfamillar and unusual cervical esophageal diverticulum. This diverticulum originates on the anterolateral aspect of the esophagus through the Killian-Jamieson's area that is formed between...
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A Case of Bilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis Induced by Concurrent Rheumatoid Arthritis Involvement of Laryngeal Nerve and Cricoarytenoid Joint

Park YH, Kim HS, Jung SM, Jung SY

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a connective tissue disease involving the larynx in 30% of the patients. Foreign body sensation, hoarseness, and cough are common symptoms in laryngeal involvement. An urgent...
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A Case of Fibrous Mass Diagnosed as Spidle Cell Rhabdomyosarcoma in the Vocal Fold

Kim DY, Hwang JH, Park IS, Lim JY

Rhabdomyosarcoma is an uncommon type of soft tissue malignant neoplasm characterized by undifferentiated mesodermal tissue. Sarcomas account for approximately 1% of all laryngeal neoplasm and rhabdomyosarcomas are the rarest sarcoma...
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A Case of Successful Use of C-MAC® Video Laryngoscope in ‘Cannot Ventilate’ Situation Due to Unexpected Severe Narrowing of Laryngeal Inlet

Moon JH, Lee SH, Kang BJ

Although many factors associated with difficult intubation have been known, predictors of difficult mask ventilation are not well known. We experienced a case of nearly complete airway obstruction following usual...
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Comparison of Vocal Cord Motion and Voice Characteristics of Applied Music Singing Students before and after Singing Voice Therapy

Hwang YS, Shim MR, Kim CJ, Choi YS, Kim SY, Choi CH, Sun DI

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many students major in applied music singing have various difficulties in phonation when they sing or perform. But the studies about this cause are lack. The purpose...
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Analysis of Voice and Swallowing Symptoms after Thyroidectomy in Patients without Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury in Early Postoperative Period

Kim H, Keum BR, Kim GH, Jeon SS, Kim H, Kim SK, Hong SJ, Hong SM, Kim YB, Park IS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: After thyroidectomy, many patients experience problems report such things as reduced voice range and vocal fatigue, swallowing problems without superior and recurrent laryngeal nerve injury. The purpose...
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The Correlation between The Size and Location of Vocal Polyp and Voice Quality, Before and After Laryngeal Microsurgery

Han WG, Kim MS, Oh KH, Woo JS, Jung KY, Kwon SY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Vocal polyps are caused by inflammation induced by stress or irritation. Many patients with vocal polyps complain voice discomfort. For vocal polyps, surgery such as laryngeal microsurgery...
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The Perceptual and Consonant Analysis for the Voice with Hypothyroidism

Han BH, Lee D, Kim JS, Hong KH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The main purpose of this study is to clarify perceptual and acoustic analysis for the patients with hypothyroidism after thyroidectomy especially focused on the characteristics of speech...
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Differential Diagnosis of Dysphonia Looks Normal Larynx

Son HJ, Choi SH

Voice is a physical phenomenon, generated by vocal fold and expiratory airflow. Dysphonia should come from abnormal vocal fold and airflow. Occassionally larynx looks normal in show, but it is...
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Differential Diagnosis of Chronic Coughing

Do NY, Park JH

Cough, the most common symptom, encountered in the outpatient clinic can be caused by various underlying diseases. It defines as chronic cough that the duration of cough is more than...
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Globus Pharyngeus: The Psychiatric Perspective

Joo YH

Globus pharyngeus or globus sensation is the painless sensation of a lump in the throat and may be described as a foreign body sensation, a tightening or choking feeling. It...
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Dogma of Extraesophaghgeal Reflux

Park IS

Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) disease is an extraoesophageal variant of gastro-esophageal reflux disease that can affect the larynx and pharynx. LPR is associated with symptoms of laryngeal irritation such as throat...
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Neurophysiology of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux and Brainstem Reflex

Han BH, Hong KH

Laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPRD) is different with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The lower esophageal sphincter (LES) possesses an intrinsic nervous plexus that allows the LES to have a considerable degree...
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