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laryngoscope

[lə′riŋ·gə‚skōp]
(medicine)
A tubular instrument, combining a light system and a telescopic system, used in the visualization of the interior larynx and adaptable for diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical procedures.
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Based on these studies we decided to compare the effect of clonidine 2 [micro]g/kg and dexmedetomidine 1 [micro]/kg in blunting the laryngoscopic response.
Fiberoptic laryngoscopic examination was done on two occasions: First at 8 weeks and then at 16 weeks.
The findings of the present study would encourage clinicians to consider voice acoustic parameters as a complementary tool to laryngoscopic examination in assessing vocal cord polyps.
session total Outcome 1 4 4 Failed (*) 2 4/10/8 22 Good 3 2 2 Poor 4 3 3 Poor 5 3 3 Excellent 6 7 7 Excellent 7 9/3 12 Excellent 8 14/3 17 Excellent 9 1/3 4 Excellent 10 4 4 Excellent 11 1.5 1.5 Excellent 12 1.5/1/1.5/5/2/0.4[yen] 11.4 Good 13 32/20 52 Good (*) Therapy failed due to misdiagnosis (#) There were 2 lesions in total located on the tongue and the soft palate, respectively ([paragraph]) The patient had multiple lesions located at various areas of the head and neck including the vocal cords ([yen]) The amount of injected ethanol during the procedure performed under laryngoscopic guidance for the lesion of the vocal cords ([pounds sterling]) The patient with MS had multiple lesions located at various parts of the oral cavity and the oropharynx
Table-3: Comparison of fibre optic laryngoscopic findings with intra-operative findings.
The laryngoscopic view Cormack and Lehane grade 3 and 4 incidence is also inconsistent among recently done studies which shows figures ranges 3% to 16% and also can go higher in patients with goitre like 23 out of 80 patients [4, 7].
One hundred percent of adults had bronchoscopic or laryngoscopic evidence of subglottic edema [5].
Laryngoscopic examination showed a large oval mass originating from the left pyriform sinus and causing narrowing of both the hypopharynx and larynx.
Laryngoscopic examination revealed narrowing of the laryngeal column with an impression of external compression.
Cormack and Lehane defined four grades of laryngoscopic view, according to the structures that can be visualized.