Beth's First Laryngoscopy - Vocal Cords in Action


Added on Sep 2, 2009

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From the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. This is what happens when I say "eee" with a camera down my throat. There are no vocal nodules (don't let the mucus confuse you) but you can see a slight thickening of the membrane where the nodes have been / could be in the future. Note also that the trachea is visible when I breathe. Cool huh? Actual size: roughly that of a quarter. (Note: If you think you're really clever by making a comment comparing this to female genitalia, you're not. I've deleted dozens, and yours will be next.)

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Tags: laryngoscopy  scope  vocal  folds  cords  singing  voice  health  throat  exam  stroboscopy  videostroboscopy  nodes  nodules  video  endoscope  endoscopy  videostrobe  vocalcords  chords  largyngoscope  cordes  vocales 


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