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REVIEW ARTICLE 2021 December 29
Discussions on Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation Performed in Patients With Voice Disorders
The auditory-perceptual evaluation of speech-language pathologists (SLP) in patients with voice disorders is often regarded as a touchstone in the multi-dimensional voice evaluation procedures and provides important information not available in other assessment modalities. There...
REVIEW ARTICLE 2021 December 29
Clinical Applications of Office-Based Laryngeal Surgery With KTP Laser
The pulsed photoangiolytic 532-nm potassium-titanyl-phosphate (KTP) laser has emerged in recent years as an efficacious treatment modality for vocal fold lesions. It also has broadened the indications for other laryngeal laser surgery. Features of KTP laser that it is a fiber-ba...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2021 December 29
Treatment Results of Vocal Process Granuloma: Intubation Versus Contact Granuloma
Background and Objectives Vocal process granulomas (VPGs) are benign lesions of the larynx, typically contact granulomas (CG) and intubation granulomas (IG). The two diseases are known to have different clinical manifestations despite having the same pathological features. The p...
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