Laryngopedia

To educate about voice, swallowing, airway, coughing, and other head and neck disorders

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Videoendoscopic swallowing study

 

Videoendoscopic Swallowing Study
This video gives an example of a videoendoscopic swallowing study, which is a method of evaluating a person’s swallowing ability by means of a video-documented physical examination, looking from inside the throat.

See also: videoendoscopic swallowing study, dysphagia



Vocal Cord Synechia

Vocal Cord Synechia
Vocal cord synechia is a condition wherein a scar band tethers the vocal cords to each other. Therefore, the vocal cords cannot fully open for breathing. This video provides a clear example — using laryngeal videostroboscopy — of a vocal cord synechia.

See also: vocal cord synechia in the encyclopedia.



Vocal Fold Swelling Checks

 

Vocal Fold Swelling Checks
In this video, Dr. Bastian introduces and demonstrates two swelling checks: two simple vocal exercises that can be used to help detect the early signs of vocal fold injury. He also discusses the physiology of vocal fold injury and explains how to make the best use of these swelling checks in your daily routine.

See also: swelling checks, mucosal edema or swelling, and vocal nodules in the encyclopedia.



Vocal Nodules

Nodules and Other Vocal Fold Injuries: How They Occur and Can Be Treated
This video explains how nodules and other vocal fold injuries occur: by excessive vibration of the vocal folds, which happens with vocal overuse. Having laid that foundational understanding, the video goes on to explore the roles of treatment options like voice therapy and vocal fold microsurgery.

See also: vocal nodules, vocal overdoer syndrome, vocal polyp, vocal fold bruising, capillary ectasia, epidermoid cyst, and glottic sulcus in the encyclopedia.



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