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A Case of Glottic Amyloidosis Presenting as Leukoplakia

Moon SK, Beag MS, Lee MJ, Kim SW

Amyloidosis is defined as a deposit of amyloid substance. While it rarely occurs in the head and neck region, it is most commonly found in the larynx. Laryngeal amyloidosis can...
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Vocal Fold Leukoplakia: Updates in Diagnosis and Management

Ji JY, Kwon TK

Vocal fold leukoplakia poses a challenge to otolaryngologists due to its various spectrum of pathologic diagnosis. The degree of dysplasia is associated with malignancy risk and the new 2017 WHO...
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A Case of Huge Vocal Polyp in a Patient With Difficult Laryngeal Exposure Treated by Fiberoptic Laryngeal Laser Surgery Under Local Anesthesia

An YY, Lee JH, Park KN, Lee SW

Indications of fiberoptic laryngeal laser surgery (FLS) procedure have broadened by the development of flexible fiberoptic endoscopes and flexible laser systems. FLS procedure performed under local anesthesia and it is...
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Treatment Results of Vocal Process Granuloma: Intubation Versus Contact Granuloma

Jeong JU, Oh JH, Kim S, Kim DY, Woo JH

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...
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Neck Discomfort after Thyroidectomy

Kim B, Park JH

Thyroid and parathyroid surgery is commonly performed for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes for benign tumors as well as malignant tumors. Vocal cord paralysis and hypoparathyroidism are known as major complications....
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Update on Angiolytic Laser Laryngeal Surgery

Kang MS, Lim JY

There are several lasers available for office-based or suspension microlaryngoscopy laser procedures in the treatment of laryngeal diseases. Each has advantages and disadvantages given the depth of penetration per unit...
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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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A Case of Supraglottic Inverted Papilloma

Kim D, Kim YH, Choi SH

Inverted papilloma is a rare benign tumor which usually arises from sinonasal mucosa. We experienced a case of 62-year-old male who presented with foreign body sensation in throat. A round...
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Anesthesia for Office Based Vocal Fold Injection

Kim HS

Vocal fold injections are usually performed with a patient wake in an office under local anesthesia. For comfortable and safe office-based procedures, thorough anesthesia and premedication should be provided to...
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The Efficacy of Percutaneous Steroid Injection via Cricothyroid Membrane for Reinke's Edema

Nam W, Kim SW, Jin SM, Lee SH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Reinke's edema is a benign vocal fold disease caused by an edematous laryngeal superficial layer of lamina propria. The first line treatment is cessation of smoking and...
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Early Injection Laryngoplasty With a Long-Lasting Material in Patients With Potentially Recoverable Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis

Choi N, Jin H, Kim HJ, Son YI

OBJECTIVES: Injection laryngoplasty (IL) is one of the major options for treatment of unilateral vocal fold paralysis (UVFP). Early IL in patients with abrupt-onset UVFP can reduce hoarseness and aspiration-related...
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The Correlation between Benign Laryngeal Mucosal Disease and Metabolic Syndrome

Kim HB, Han KD, Joo YH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study is verify the correlation between benign laryngeal mucosal disease and metabolic syndrome. MATERIALS AND METHOD: Data for patients diagnosed with benign laryngeal mucosal...
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A Case of Laryngeal Lipoma Arising at the Free Margin of the Vocal Cord

Lee SJ

Lipomas are benign tumors and most commonly occurs in trunk, upper extremities and lower extremities. About 13–15% of lipomas are located in the head and neck area. However, lipomas of...
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Changes in Hyolaryngeal Movement During Swallowing in the Lateral Decubitus Posture

Oh BM, Lee JH, Seo HG, Lee WH, Han TR, Jeong SU, Jeong HJ, Sim YJ

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the differences in hyolaryngeal kinematics at rest and during swallowing in the upright sitting (UP) and the lateral decubitus (LD) postures in healthy adults, and delineating any...
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Bilateral Vocal Palsy After Total Thyroidectomy: Expert Opinion on Two Malpractice Claims

Dionigi G, Sun H, Chai YJ, Catalfamo , Mangraviti A, Rizzo GA, Portinari , Wu CW

Two patients complained of hoarseness, respiratory distress and swallowing disorders early after total bilateral thyroidectomy for multinodular goiter and cancer, respectively. Faulty surgical techniques had caused injury to bilateral recurrent...
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Treatment Result of Proton Pump Inhibitor, Steroid Inhaler and Botulinum Tonxin Injection for Contact Granuloma

Park HM, Oh NR, Baek MK, Kim DY, Woo JH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study evaluated the efficacy of combination therapy of proton pump inhibitor (PPI) and steroid inhaler (SI), with or without botulinum toxin injection (BTX) for contact granuloma. SUBJECTS...
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Analysis of Acoustic Parameters to Objectively Reflect the Change of Voice Quality before and after Surgery in Benign Vocal Fold Mucosal Disorders

Seo IH, Jung D, Han HJ, Moon JH, Chung PS, Lee SJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to compare between preoperative and postoperative voices by subjective auditory perceptual evaluation and objective acoustic analysis. The study also analyzed the...
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A pillow of 8 cm height did not improve laryngeal view and alignment of airway axes but increased anesthesiologist discomfort compared to a pillow of 4 cm height during tracheal intubation in adult patients

Hong HJ, Yun M, Kim SH, Hwang JW, Lee HC

BACKGROUND: Neck flexion by head elevation using an 8 to 10 cm thick pillow and head extension has been suggested to align the laryngeal, pharyngeal and oral axis and facilitate...
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Histological Effect of Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor on Chronic Vocal Fold Scarring in a Rat Model

Tateya I, Tateya T, Sohn JH, Bless DM

OBJECTIVES: Vocal fold scarring is one of the most challenging laryngeal disorders to treat and there are currently no consistently effective treatments available. Our previous studies have shown the therapeutic...
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Measurement of the length from vocal cord to carina and diameter of the trachea with a three-dimensional chest CT scan in adults; comparison with demographic data

Lee JW, Lim H, Choe H, Choi JW, Son JS

  • KMID: 1971082
  • Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2013 Jan;8(1):68-73.
BACKGROUND: Most morphometric studies of the airway have relied on plain radiographs or CT scan with their attendant limitations. We evaluated the length from vocal cord to carina and diameter...
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