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July-December 2018 | Vol 8 | Issue 2

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Original Article
Type I thyroplasty for unilateral vocal fold palsy: Silastic or titanium implant?
Introduction: Process of speech involves adduction of true vocal cords, and their palsy results in dysphonia with or without aspiration. Medialization thyroplasty is the standard of care and ...
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Original Article
Taste disturbance following microlaryngoscopic surgery
Aims: Taste disturbance following microlaryngoscopic surgery (MLS), although reported, is not a commonly discussed complication. This study was conducted to assess the frequency and recovery ...
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Case Report
Primary aspergillosis of bilateral vocal cords in an immunocompetent individual
Aspergillosis is an inflammatory fungal infection rarely affecting larynx. There are, invariably, certain risk factors which may predispose to fungal infections, such as immune deficiency states, us...
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Case Report
Fatal airway complication during root canal treatment
Foreign body (FB) in the tracheobronchial tree is not uncommon, especially in infants and children. They often present with respiratory obstruction, which can lead to death if not removed in time. D...
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High-frequency jet ventilation: An invaluable tool for anesthesia in microlaryngoscopy with carbon dioxide laser
Airway management in laryngeal surgeries is a challenge for an anesthesiologist due to sharing of airway with a surgeon. The airway is often compromised with potential for perioperative worsening. U...
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Journal of Laryngology and Voice

The Journal of Laryngology and Voice (ISSN : 22309748 ) is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles and information related to all aspects of laryngology and voice disorders.
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