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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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Acoustic Outcomes After Laryngomicrosurgery for Reinke's Edema

Kim MS, Song CM, Kim KH, Jung SM, Ji YB, Tae K

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The management of Reinke's edema includes usually medical treatment and voice therapy. Laryngomicrosurgery (LMS) is also necessary, especially to improve airway obstruction. However, voice outcome after LMS...
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The Correlation between The Size and Location of Vocal Polyp and Voice Quality, Before and After Laryngeal Microsurgery

Han WG, Kim MS, Oh KH, Woo JS, Jung KY, Kwon SY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Vocal polyps are caused by inflammation induced by stress or irritation. Many patients with vocal polyps complain voice discomfort. For vocal polyps, surgery such as laryngeal microsurgery...
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Propofol and Thiopental-Enflurane: A Comparison of Anesthesia for Laryngomicrosurgery

Jung SS, Shin OY, Choi YK, Shin KI

BACKGROUND: Laryngomicrosurgery has some special characteristics. It is stressful due to intubation and direct laryngoscopy during a short operation time. Therefore both adequate anesthesia and quick recovery for the slience...
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The Cardiovascular Responses and Recovery Patterns According to the Anesthetic Methods during Suspension Laryngoscopic Procedures

Baik SW, Kim IS, Shin SW, Song JH

BACKGROUND: Anesthetic techniques for laryngeal microsurgery aims on modulation of sympathetic stimulation, good relaxation and rapid recovery from deep anesthesia. This study was designed to compare the influence of the...
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Anesthesia for Laryngeal Microsurgery: A Comparison of Propofol and Thiopenthal-Enflurane

Lee HK, Bae JH, Shim HS, Ham BM

Propofol, a new intravenous anesthetic agent,is now used for brief operation and day case surgery for its characteristics on recovery and controllability. We evaluated fourteen and fifteen patients undergoing...
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High Frequency Jet Ventilation during Laryngeal Microsurgery : Effect of Inspiration Time and Frequency on the Gas Exchange

Lee SM, Oh YS, Kim KH

High frequency jet ventilation(HFJV) administered through a thin catheter instead of a standard endotracheal tube provides improved operation field during laryngeal microsurgery. In this study, effect of changes in inspiration...
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