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Vocal polyps surgery

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I am a 71 yr. old female. History of R. paralyzed vocal cord 9 yrs. ago. Paralysis healed itself but I have now been been diagnosed with a L. vocal cord polyp. I have hoarsness, poor projection ...

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A I have a VC haemorrhagic polyp, causes pain after talking, should I undergo surgery ...

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Hi, I am suffering from Angiomatous polyp in my left vocal cord from last more than a year. Earlier ... before surgery and 10 days after surgery. Since i am little bit disturb mentally for my operation and i ...

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Their preliminary observation (through Laryngoscopy ) suggested a polyp in the posterior aspect of right vocal cord. They suggested going for a surgery of the polyp. Pl. suggest if there is any alternative to surgery? In his child ...

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Hi Dr...I went vocal cords polyp removal a month ago,my Dr said he only removed one side because ... removal of the polyp, he tells me that the polyp have disappeared. The problem now my voice is again ...

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it as Vocal Cord Polyp .and recommended for surgery. after knowing bthis recommendation I have gone through various literature available in internet and come to know that surgery should be lost choice ...

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Hi. My daughter is a jazz vocal student at the university of toronto. She was diagnosed with a polyp on her vocal chord in March by a Toronto specialist and is still awaiting a surgery date ...

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Daughter has two polyps on her vocal chords. They want to do surgery, I am not sure how much in general something like that costs, but i have a 5000. deductible and Ill do what i need to do.... but I ...

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Hello doctor. I am a 60 year old male, 123 pounds, 5 5 . I have a small polyp on my vocal cords. I ... one cigarette a day for past six weeks. IF the polyp does not go away, is the surgery absolutely ...

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Hi I have diagnoised with vocal cord polyp . Doctor advised me to go for surgery to remove this polyp. These is horseness in my voice from last 2 months. Is there alternative treatment available apart ...

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Hi I have diagnoised with vocal cord polyp . Doctor advised me to go for surgery to remove this polyp. These is horseness in my voice from last 2 months. Is there alternative treatment available apart ...

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vocal-chord altering surgery. ...Howdy, my sister is currently in her first week at a jazz program for vocals. Rather anti ...

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Hello I had 2 vocal cord surgerys since April 28th 2017. Removed polyps from right side then 7 weeks later they did left side. Problem being I have a constant stiff neck and sore throat for about 2 ...

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My doctor has informed me of a Throat Polyp forming near my vocal cords in my throat which ... after 15 days, i may need to undergo a surgery to remove the polyp. After surgery my voice ...

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Hi, I was diagnosed with vocal cord polyp 3 months back. I was put on steroids and voice rest for a week and it did not dissolve. So I was advised to undergo a microlaryngeal surgery which I took 20 days ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Dear Clark, It means impaired or no movement from one or both of the folds that produce sound in the larynx; the most common cause is nerve damage, either by trauma, surgery or spontaneous; in many cases, the specific form in which the nerve was damaged is not found.

doctor1 MD

Consult ENT surgeon in Melbourne.