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RESEARCH ARTICLE 2023 December 29
Application of Artificial Intelligence to Diagnosis of Laryngeal Lesions Using Laryngoscopy
Laryngeal diseases have a significant impact on quality of life and often require timely and accurate diagnosis for effective management. Conventional methods of diagnosis, such as manual inspection of laryngoscopic images, have limitations in terms of accuracy and efficiency. T...
RESEARCH ARTICLE 2023 December 29
A Short Review About Tone Deaf
To become skilled in singing, one needs the ability to accurately perceive music and the capacity to vocalize it. Recognition of music can be distinguished by the perception of pitch and rhythm. Pitch perception is often determined by genetics and neurological differences, where...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2023 December 29
Long Term Effect of Echinochrome A on the Extracellular Matrix of Vocal Folds Lamina Propria in Ovariectomized Rats
Background and Objectives Voice problems after menopause are caused by extracellular matrix (ECM) changes in the vocal fold lamina propria. Echinochrome A (ECH), which is known to a strong anti-oxidant, was injected into ovariectomized rats (OVX) to evaluate the effect on the EC...
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