and biopsy are essential to exclude other more common causes of vocal fold abnormalities, including malignancy and respiratory papillomatosis.
6) LTGDCs can be distinguished from most other lesions on direct laryngoscopy
by their typical appearance as a midline mass located immediately posterior to the foramen cecum.
Digital intubation was recently reviewed by Christodoulou, Murphy, and Hung (10), who stated that it can be used as an acceptable alternative to direct laryngoscopy
for tracheal intubation when the standard technique is contraindicated, has failed, or is not possible because of an equipment problem.
is appropriate to perform if the patient is not experiencing acute respiratory distress.
All subjects were first evaluated with manometry and a direct laryngoscopy
to exclude other causes and to define the severity and extension of laryngitis.
A direct laryngoscopy
is performed in the operating room under general anesthesia.
If inhaled by young children, bread tags may become lodged in the larynx or subglottis; being radiolucent and thin, they may be missed on X-ray and on both flexible nasopharyngoscopy and direct laryngoscopy
The most commonly performed operation, especially in emergencies, is a direct laryngoscopy
under general anaesthesia.
Initial attempts to place a nasogastric feeding tube were unsuccessful because of preferential passage into the diverticulum, necessitating placement under direct laryngoscopy
in the ICU.
Furthermore, direct laryngoscopy
confirmed a mass suspended by a pedicle from the area of the right piriform fossa hanging into the oesophageal entrance.
Airway Management Instructors Can View Intubation Real-Time During Direct Laryngoscopy
He was seen by an ENT surgeon in Boston and underwent a CT chest scan along with a direct laryngoscopy