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January-June 2016 | Vol 6 | Issue 1

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Review Article
Suture lateralization for bilateral vocal fold immobility: A review of various techniques
Bilateral vocal fold immobility is characterized by narrowing of the glottic chink which could precipitate in the form of an acute airway insufficiency. The vocal cords may be immobile or fixed in the...
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Original Article
Singer's formant in Hindustani classical singers
Context: Since the last two decades, the research has been concentrated on professional voice; there is a curiosity among researchers to find out whether singers (S) are really special in their...
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Case Report
Concomitant vallecular and saccular cysts: A rare entity
Benign laryngeal cysts have the potential to cause airway compromise. Proper anesthetic and surgical management should be planned in advance to avoid undue complications. We present a case of 52-year-...
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Case Report
Arytenoid sclerosis in diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis presenting with acute stridor in elderly: Chance or association?
Forestier's disease or diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) is a skeletal pathology characterized by paravertebral osteophyte formation and calcification and ossification of the anterio...
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Case Report
Laryngeal injury and subcutaneous emphysema caused by an episode of sneezing: A rare case treated with observation alone
Traumatic laryngeal injuries can be life-threatening medical events which often require intervention by otolaryngologists. To our knowledge, this is the fourth case report of laryngeal injury resultin...
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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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