Viral Laryngitis in Patient w/History of LPR

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Added on Sep 26, 2009

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This man had longstanding LPR symptoms with mucous production despite daily PPI therapy. He had a cold a few weeks then developed fairly acute onset of hoarseness. He has some baseline laryngeal swelling due to LPR but also has very erythematous true vocal folds.

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