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Office videofiberoptic laryngoscopy


, : Office videofiberoptic laryngoscopy. Laryngoscope 94(9): 1166-1169

Precise photographic documentation is of significant importance for proper diagnosis and management of physiological and pathological conditions of the larynx. Since the fiberscope serves an important role in the daily practice of laryngologists, its value is greatly enhanced when coupled with a video camera. Fiberoptic videolaryngoscopy permits instant and simultaneous voice and visual recordings for later study. The procedure is most useful for analysis of respiration, phonation, singing, and other laryngeal functions such as glottic closure, swallowing, and protective-compensatory movements. The procedure also allows investigation of various pathological conditions. The purpose of this paper is to present the authors' method of fiberscopic videolaryngoscopy and its relevant clinical implications. Advantages and disadvantages of the procedure are discussed.

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