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Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Larynx Arising in the Intracordal Cyst

Lee SG, Song MJ, Eun YG, Lee YC

More than half of patients presenting with hoarseness show benign vocal cord changes. However, in rare cases with benign mucosal lesions, it can be diagnosed as a malignant disease after...
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A Case of Voice Therapy for Patient Who Voice Changed after Total Thyroidectomy Using Contactless Voice and Speech Therapy Service Platform

Lee G, Park SN

Voice therapy is effective in many voice and speech disorders. However, patients have low accessibility to therapeutic facilities due to disease-unrelated reasons such as lack of time and pandemic of...
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Dysphagia Caused by Giant Granuloma Arising from the Oropharyngeal Posterior Wall

Jung EK, Shin BJ, Kim J, Lee JK

Granuloma is an uncommon benign disease that develops in the process of wound healing. Pharyngeal or laryngeal granuloma can be associated with gastric reflux, mechanical injury or trauma including intubation,...
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A Case of Laryngeal Lymphoepithelial Carcinoma

Choi DG, Kim YO, Lee HS

Laryngeal lymphoepithelial carcinoma (LEC) is a rare tumor with only 34 cases in the published literature. Epidemiologically, laryngeal LEC is extremely rare in Asian. Originally, LEC is a common type...
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Respiratory Tract Bacterial Colonization in Long-Term Tracheostomized Pediatric Patients: Comparison between Sites and Two Different Timepoints

Han SH, Kim YS, Kwon SK

Background and Objectives Tracheostomy lead to persistent bacterial colonization of the respiratory tract. Surgical site infection and restenosis by the pathogenic bacteria is the most fatal complication after open airway...
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Analysis for Risk Factors and Effect of Vocal Hygiene Education in Patients of Vocal Polyp

Choi N, Kim DG, Lee G

Background and Objectives Vocal polyp is one of the most common benign diseases of vocal fold caused by overuse of voice. Laryngeal microsurgery is the first treatment of choice for...
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Change of Extracellular Matrix of Human Vocal Fold Fibroblasts by Vibratory Stimulation

Kim JM, Shin SC, Kwon HK, Cheon YI, Ro JH, Lee BJ

Background and Objectives During speech, the vocal folds oscillate at frequencies ranging from 100–200 Hz with amplitudes of a few millimeters. Mechanical stimulation is an essential factor which affects metabolism...
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Differences in Patient Characteristics between Spasmodic Dysphonia and Vocal Tremor

Son HY

Spasmodic dysphonia, essential tremor, and vocal tremor related with Parkinson’s disease are different disorders showing fairly similar symptoms such as difficulty in the speech onset, and tremble in the voice....
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Recent Advances in Examination of Vocal Fold Vibration

Lee JC, Bae I

Human vocal cords vibrate as quickly as 100–250 times per second, so it is impossible to observe them with normal endoscopic diagnostic equipment. High-speed videolaryngoscopy (HSV) allows the visualization of...
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