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Voice and Laryngeal Disorders Frequently Asked Questions

Diagnosing and Treating Voice Disorders: Johns Hopkins Voice Center | Q&A

Laryngitis

Acute Laryngitis

Large Granuloma on the Right Vocal Cord

Reflux Associated Changes in the Larynx

Laryngotracheal Stenosis

Highly Inflammed Subglottic Stenosis

Muscle Tension Dysphonia

Muscle Tension Dysphonia

Phonotrauma

Hemorrhagic Left Vocal Cord Polyp

Hemorrhagic Right Vocal Cord Polyp

Bilateral Vocal Cord Nodules

Left Vocal Cord Cyst

Right Vocal Cord Cyst

Presbylaryngis

Bilateral Vocal Cord Atrophy

Recurrent Respitory Papillamatosis

Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis

Vocal Cord Cancer

Left Vocal Cord Cancer

Bilateral Vocal Cord Leukoplakia

Vocal Cord Immobility

Left Vocal Cord Immobility

Right Vocal Cord Immobility

Voice and Swallowing Impact from Neurological Disorders

Laryngeal Tremor

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