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A Case of Protrusion of False Vocal Fold Resulting from the Deformed Thyroid Cartilage

Lim SH, Kim SW

Trauma, congenital malformation and aging process can be a cause of the deviation of laryngeal prominence in the thyroid cartilage. Among these, the senility is the most common cause. Usually,...
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A Case of Retrophareangeal Tuberculosis Presenting as a Hypernasal Speech

Lee HJ, Kim DH, Kim JP, Park JJ

Tuberculosis of the retropharynx is extremely rare. The diagnosis is frequently delayed because of its anatomical location and atypical symptom. It would be crucial to consider tuberculosis infection as a...
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A Case of Subglottic Cancer with Saber Trachea

Kang JW, Jung AR, Eun YG, Lee YC

“Saber-sheath” trachea is a deformity of lower cervical or intrathoracic trachea. The configuration of the deformity is marked coronal narrowing associated with sagittal widening. This deformity is associated with chronic...
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Prognosis of Patients with Benign Vocal Fold Lesions after Laryngeal Microsurgery

Choi BG, Kim BJ, Choi HG, Park BJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to evaluate patients' subjective and objective outcomes after laryngeal microsurgery for benign vocal fold (VF) lesions, and to identify usefulness of surgical treatment. MATERIALS AND...
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Benefits of Palliative Office-Based Hyaluronic Acid Injection Laryngoplasty in Cancer-Related Unilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis Patients

Kim GW, Park YH, Joo YH, Kim SY, Shim MR, Hwang YS, Sun DI

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The effect of palliative injection laryngoplasty in cancer-related unilateral vocal cord paralysis patients on voice and swallowing function is uncertain and there are few previous studies of...
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Aerodynamic Evaluation of Voice Changes in Thyroid Surgery Extent

Jeong HS, Kim JS, Lee CY, Son HY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of surgical extent on voice using acoustic and aerodynamic measurements in a serially followed thyroidectomy patients. MATERIALS AND...
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Practical Approach of Laryngeal Ultrasonography

Cho W

Ultrasonography has increasingly moved from being a modality confined to the radiology department to an active diagnostic and therapeutic aid available to the head and neck at the point of...
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Peri-Treatment Evaluation of Swallowing in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Kim JH

Head and neck cancer patients are prone to dysphagia and aspiration, which are usually neglected due to treatment of the cancer itself. However, dysphagia and aspiration could cause malnutrition, dehydration,...
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Surgical Strategies for Prevention and Treatment of Airway Aspiration in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Baek MK, Kim DY

Postoperative airway aspiration is not uncommon in patients with head and neck cancer. Airway aspiration has serious consequences, such as swallowing disorders, nutrition-related health problem, or reducing the quality of...
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Multidimensional Rehabilitation in Patients with Aspiration Following Head and Neck Cancer Treatment

Jung YH, Jin YJ

Patients who have the head and neck cancer are usually treated by surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or combinations of them. These treatments can induce variable degree of aspiration with dysphagia....
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