Hoarseness


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Hoarseness

 

(trachyphonia), loss of smooth, clear phonation (voice) as a result of incomplete approximation of the vocal folds (cords). It is observed in cases of acute and chronic laryngitis and polyps of the vocal cords.

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Other blood pressure medications cause a chronic cough, such as ACE-inhibitors like ramipril (Altace), which also can result in hoarseness.
Common symptoms are stridor, hoarseness, dysphagia, dysphonia, and globus sensation.
The main presenting symptom was hoarseness (52%) as shown in table 4.
Three years later, the patient presented with a complaint of continued hoarseness.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study was a retrospective review of 100 patients who presented to our department of Otorhinolaryngology, with hoarseness of voice during the period between June 2013 and June 2014.
If the hoarseness isn't accompanied by any other symptoms, keep a check on your child's temperature.
The combination of acute breathlessness and hoarseness of voice is medical emergency indicating obstruction of upper airway at the level of larynx.
A 70-year-old man with no underlying systemic disease presented with a 5-month history of hoarseness and a 10-year history of a painless and soft right cervical mass.
2 Hoarseness of the voice along with a sore throat, fever, body aches and pains.
Forgive Toni de Jesus a little hoarseness, if you please.
He reported hoarseness, difficulty speaking loudly, and vocal fatigue.
His voice croaking with hoarseness after a rash of campaign appearances in his home town of Yekaterinburg, Yeltsin - himself once a member of the Communist Politburo - told supporters that he alone could head off a Communist victory and continue Russia's political and economic reforms.