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July-December 2016 | Vol 6 | Issue 2

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Leadership and the persona of the academic surgeon
Although destined for a journal focused on Laryngology, my thoughts are more generic to the profession of Medicine and apply to the whole of this calling. The significant core constituents...
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Comparison of acoustic analysis of voice parameters in children with cochlear implants and normal hearing
Context: Auditory feedback controls segmental and non-segmental features of speech. The lack of auditory feedback in children with impaired hearing affects voice, speech production and speech p...
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Surgical management of bilateral abductor vocal cord paralysis using Coblation technology
Objective: Management of bilateral abductor paralysis of vocal folds often poses a surgical challenge. Among various surgical modalities, surgical transaction/excision of posterior aspect of th...
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Configuration of vocal folds during and after tube phonation in patients with voice disorders: A computerized tomographic study
Purpose: The study aims to observe whether any systematic change in vocal fold configuration occurs during and after phonation into a tube using computerized tomography (CT). Materials and M...
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Case Report
Monophasic synovial sarcoma of the hypopharynx excised by transoral laser microsurgery
An overwhelming majority of primary tumors of the hypopharynx are squamous cell carcinomas, accounting for approximately 95%. Synovial sarcoma (SS) is exceedingly rare at this anatomical site. A 4...
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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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