laryngoplasty


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Related to laryngoplasty: thyroplasty
Translations

la·ryn·go·plas·ty

n. laringoplastia, reconstrucción plástica de la laringe.

laryngoplasty

n (pl -ties) laringoplastia
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Operating room versus office-based injection laryngoplasty: A comparative analysis of reimbursement.
(6.) Ann Marie Dufresne and Denis Lafreniere, "Soft tissue response in the rabbit larynx following implantation of LactoSorb (PLA/PGA copolymer) prosthesis for medialization laryngoplasty," Journal of Voice 14, no.
It is only six weeks since she had laryngoplasty, an operation to reconstruct the vocal box.
An exercising examination would seem logical to make that determination, yet many show horses have been reported to improve dramatically after laryngoplasty despite the respiratory dysfunction considered inconsequential.
Interestingly, most of these patients required a lingual tonsillectomy (N = 42; 75%) or laryngoplasty (N = 32, 57%) to resolve their airway obstruction, in addition to revision adenoidectomy (N = 32, 57%) at the time of other procedures.
Surgery of UVFP consists basically in two techniques: an open surgery on the laryngeal box or an injection laryngoplasty into the VF with refilling materials [2].
The laryngeal framework surgery including medialization laryngoplasty (type 1 thyroplasty) is permanent method of medialization8.
"Robot-assisted transnasal laryngoplasty in cadaveric models: Quantifying forces and identifying challenges".
Comparative analysis on the efficiency of the injection laryngoplasty technique using calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA): The thyrohyoid approach versus the cricothyroid approach.
Purpose: The outcome of voice surgery on unilateral vocal cord paralysis (UVCP) by medialization laryngoplasty (ML) was various although the series of reports consistently claimed that the phonation ability restored well after their reconstructive surgery.
Anesthesiologists, otolaryngologists, surgeons, and other contributors based in North America and Australia cover head and neck anatomy, instruments, preoperative evaluation, the difficult airway, endoscopic airway examination, awake intubation, anesthesia for trauma and emergencies, airway pathology and anesthetic implications, the use of Heliox in managing stridor, and the prevention and management of airway fires, then anesthesia for nasal, sinus, pituitary, head and neck, laryngotracheal, bronchoscopic, and pediatric surgery, including laryngoplasty, facial transplantation, and jaw and face reconstruction.
He subsequently had right vertical partial laryngectomy and laryngoplasty. Pathologic analysis of the surgical specimen confirms the diagnosis of a giant cell tumor of the larynx with regional lymphovascular invasion.