Voice Case of the Week: Voice Doctors as Voice Patients
Figure 2: Photographic(top) and artistic rendition(bottom) of the tonsil and throat (oropharynx) demonstrating cobblestoning, one of the visible changes of postnasal drip.

Voice Case of the Week: Voice Doctors as Voice Patients

  This week’s case features a patient you may know: me. I had an experience last weekend that gave me insight into the life of a singer. In medicine, we…

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Voice Case of the Week: The Value of a (Healthy) Screening Exam
Figure 2: Frame by frame analysis also allows for viewing of the polyps on lateral excursion, when they compress into the vocal fold superficial lamina propria. This permits the view of large ectasias (vascular lakes) embedded within the vocal folds.

Voice Case of the Week: The Value of a (Healthy) Screening Exam

  The patient is a 26 year old professional singer who has noted significant postnasal drip since performing in a smoky venue 3 weeks earlier. She feels that something is…

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