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Huge Subglottic Polyp Treated with Tracheotomy and Laryngofissure

Hong YT, Yeo CD, Hong KH

Vocal polyps are benign laryngeal lesions which arise from the Reinke's space abd hoarseness is the most common symptom. However, airway compromised is rarely presented in the vocal polyp. A...
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A Case of Laryngeal Candidiasis Presented as Laryngeal Leukoplakia

Choi KY, Kim YH, Myong NH, Lee SJ

Candida exists in the oral cavity as normal flora, which is cultured in 7% of the population. And the development of candidiasis is usually related to the systemic or local...
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A Case of Esophageal Achalasia Misconceived as Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease

Noh SH, Lee YW, Park JS, Lee SH

Laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPRD) is common in laryngologic practice. In Korea, up to 1 out of every 5 patients who visit otorhinolaryngology clinic is supposed to have LPRD with symptoms...
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Effect of Oral Water Intake to Globus Pharyngeus with Non-Organic Diseases

Kim HG, Kim AY, Cha E, Lee G

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Globus pharyngeus is a sensation of foreign body in the throat. There are many studies evaluate relationships between globus pharyngeus and organic diseases such as laryngopharyngeal reflux,...
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Treatment Result of Proton Pump Inhibitor, Steroid Inhaler and Botulinum Tonxin Injection for Contact Granuloma

Park HM, Oh NR, Baek MK, Kim DY, Woo JH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study evaluated the efficacy of combination therapy of proton pump inhibitor (PPI) and steroid inhaler (SI), with or without botulinum toxin injection (BTX) for contact granuloma. SUBJECTS...
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The Study of Combined Voice Therapy with Intralaryngeal Injection

Ahn CM, Jung HW, Shin JE

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Though voice therapy is proven to be effective in academia, treatment results and satisfaction level are inconsistent in clinics. The inconsistency may rise from diverse vocal cords...
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Classification and Management in Patients with Laryngomalacia

Park GC

Laryngomalacia is the most common congenital anomaly that causes inspiratory stridor and airway obstruction in the newborn. Symptoms begin to appear after weeks of age, become worse at 4-8 months,...
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Standardization Voice Training Method for Professional Voice User Based on Traditional

Kim CJ

Opera singers train their vocal organ to have a good timbre of voice. They train and train again to have a strong resonance, large range of voice, homogenous color of...
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Vocal Exercises for Reducing Vocal Damages Caused by Breathy Phonation in Pop Singing

Yu M

Pop singers frequently use breathy voice to express diverse emotion. Such method is the major factor that divides vocalization in pop and classical music. Using breathy voice too much for...
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The SLP's Perspectives for the Vocal Elites and Singing Voice

Yoo JY

This article addresses the roles of the speech language pathologist (SLP) for singers who require prompt and effective treatment when a voice problem arises. The causes of voice problem are...
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Anatomy and Physiology in Vocal Technique

Jin SM

The anatomy of the voice is not limited to the region of the larynx. Practically all body systems affect the voice. The larynx receives the greatest attention because it is...
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