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Severe Complication of Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy

Cho YJ, Lim JH, Lee YJ, Nam IC

Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT) has become an increasingly popular method of establishing an airway for patients in need of chronic ventilator assistance. We report a rare case of a 42-year-old...
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Incidental Ignition of a Pulsed Dye Laser Fiber During Laryngomicrosurgery: A Case Report

Suh YS, Lee EJ, Kim MK, Choi HS

Surgical fires require an ignition source, oxidizer, and fuel. The pulsed dye laser (PDL) has been shown to be effective in the treatment of hypertrophic scars and keloids in dermatology....
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The Effect of Voice Therapy in Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis

Lee CY, An SY, Chang H, Son HY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aims to conduct post-voice therapy to patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis for vocal improvement, motility recovery and analyze the results. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Voice therapy...
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The Effects of Intralaryngeal Needle Technique in Intracordal Cyst

Ahn CM

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Surgery is considered the primary treatment for intracordal cyst. However, patients who had undergone surgery are still subject to recurrence and continued voice changes. Intracordal cysts naturally...
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The Study of Satisfaction of Voice Therapy in Patients with Voice Disorders

Ahn CM, Shin IS, Shin JE

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Voice therapy is proven to be effective, but patients are reluctant to receive the therapy when physicians recommend it. This phenomenon may due to patients'lack of trust...
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Microsurgical Extirpation of Intracordal Cyst with a Microflap Technique

Ahn J, Choi JE, Lee DK, Jang JY, Son YI

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Microsurgical resection of intracordal cysts is technically difficult and challenging because the wall of cysts may be tightly attached to underlying vocal ligament and/or overlying epithelium, and...
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Injection Laryngoplasty for The Treatment of Vocal Fold Scar, and Sulcus

Woo JH, Baek MK, Kim DY, Park HM, An S, Moon KH, Cha HE

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The clinical reports for the treatment of vocal fold scar and sulcus vocalis are limited, also there is no best one for the treatment of them. This...
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Irritable Larynx Syndrome with Dyspnea

Ahn CM

An irritable larynx syndrome is characterized by a sudden episodic dyspnea and dysphonia that is difficult to diagnose, and patients are often treated unnecessarily and/or too much. A correct diagnosis...
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Voice Rehabilitation after Total Laryngectomy

Jang JY

Total laryngectomy remains as an important treatment option in selected patients with laryngopharyngeal cancers, which inevitably sacrifices naturally produced voice. Much effort has been devoted to voice restoration for these...
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Voice Care for the Post-Thyroidectomy Dysphonia

Chung EJ

Hoarseness is a postoperative complication of thyroidectomy, mostly due to damage to the recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN). Hoarseness may also be brought about via vocal cord dysfunction (VCD) due to...
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Improving Speech and Swallowing Functions in Patients with Stroke

Kwon M

Dysphagia incidence can be up to 90% of patients after CVA disease and most of the patients demonstrate speech problems as well as dysphagia. The term of swallowing includes the...
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The Management of Systemic Voice Disorders

Woo JH

Variable systemic diseases affect larynx and vocal fold and result in voice change. Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease make increase of intra-abdomimal pressure followed by reflux of gastric acid,...
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