Friday, June 23, 2017

Benign lesion in the vocal cord

43 year old female patient (teacher) with 3-week history of dysphonia following a laringitis episode. An indirect laryngoscopy was performed with an 8mm 90 degree endoscope showing a lesion on the left vocal cord (posterior third) that resembles a vocal cord polyp.

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