SVL

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AcronymDefinition
SVLSnout-Vent Length (biology)
SVLService Level
SVLSaginaw Valley League (High School Conference, Michigan)
SVLShared VLAN Learning
SVLSavonlinna, Finland - Savonlinna (Airport Code)
SVLSchwab, Vollhaber, Lubratt, Inc. (Minnesota)
SVLSchwimmverein Limmat (Zurich, Switzerland)
SVLSyndicat du Val de Loire (French: Union of the Loire Valley; France)
SVLSpanish Vice Lords (gang)
SVLSerres du Val de Loire (French gardening company)
SVLStore Value Locality
SVLStrobovideolaryngoscopy (speech therapy)
SVLSouth of England Veteran’s League
SVLSapphire Vacuum Lens
SVLSociété Verot Larue (French mechanics company)
SVLSchaak Vereniging Leudal (Haelen, Netherlands)
SVLSpécification et Validation du Logiciel (French: Specification and Validation of Software)
SVLScierie du Val de Loire (French: Sawmill of the Loire Valley; France)
SVLSocietà Veneta Lagunare (Venetian Lagoon Company, Italy)
References in periodicals archive ?
Findings on strobovideolaryngoscopy can include soft or incomplete glottic closure, decreased vocal fold tension with bowing and sagging, and prominence of the ventricles and maculae flava.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed a patent airway, but it also showed an excessive amount of collapsing supraglottic tissue that had not been present initially (figure 1).
Rigid strobovideolaryngoscopy showed decreased longitudinal tension and bilateral Reinke edema (figure).
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed an anterior glottic web involving half of the musculomembranous vocal fold.
Initial strobovideolaryngoscopy by the less experienced examiner (a PGY-6) revealed sluggish abduction and adduction of the right true vocal fold, as well as decreased amplitude of vibration.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy demonstrated bilateral vocal fold hemorrhages (figure 1), Reinke edema, reflux laryngitis, and a slightly raised mass in the middle one-third of the left vocal fold.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy detected mild supraglottic hyperfunction with a decrease in anteroposterior and lateral distance that did not improve with a voluntary increase in pitch.