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Strobovideolaryngoscopy has been and continues to be the single most important tool in diagnostic laryngology, with the possible exception of the flexible laryngoscope.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed immobility of the left vocal fold with a jostle sign, muscle tension dysphonia, reflux laryngitis, vocal fold bowing with glottic insufficiency, and a left vocal fold pseudocyst--a "paresis podule" (1) (figure).
Roles of otolaryngologists and speech-language pathologists in the performance and interpretation of strobovideolaryngoscopy.
Because strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed greater-than-expected stiffness of the right vocal fold, an in-office peroral vocal fold injection with dexamethasone was offered to the patient.
All patients with preoperative or postoperative voice changes should undergo a thorough postoperative voice assessment that may include subjective quality of life measures, acoustic analysis, strobovideolaryngoscopy, and laryngeal EMG.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed supraglottic lesions that were elevated, polypoid, and covered with mucosa (figure).
At her most recent presentation, strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed that the Gore-Tex implant had extruded.
Accurate assessment of vibration is critical, and strobovideolaryngoscopy is virtually indispensable to proper diagnosis and management of vocal fold scar.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy identified signs of LPR, which included diffuse laryngeal edema, pseudosulcus, and erythema (figure 1).
Strobovideolaryngoscopy is the best tool to diagnose laryngeal involvement of scleroderma.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed bilateral vocal fold atrophy, glottic insufficiency, right vocal fold paresis, and muscle tension dysphonia (MTD) (figure).
reported on strobovideolaryngoscopy findings performed on 65 healthy, asymptomatic professional singers.