Contact ulcer of the larynx

  title={Contact ulcer of the larynx},
  author={Jerrie Cherry and Stanley I. Margulies},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},

Voice Component Relationships with High Reflux Symptom Index Scores in Muscle Tension Dysphonia

To analyze the Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) and the Voice‐Related Quality of Life (V‐RQOL) scores based on the perceptual and analytical parameters in primary MTD patients with no reflux, data are collected on patients with and without reflux.

Laryngopharyngeal Reflux: Prospective Study Analyzing Various Nonsurgical Treatment Modalities for LPR

Patients of LPR do not need any antidepressant medications as these medications may not have any role in the treatment of same and may, however, worsen the condition owing to their anticholinergic side effects.

Laryngeal injury following endotracheal intubation: Have you considered reflux?

Prospective studies may allow us to understand further potential mechanisms of upper aerodigestive tract injury due to laryngopharyngeal reflux and herald the development of preventative and management strategies of lARYngotrachealReflux-mediated upper aerodermal tract injury in critically ill patients.

Laryngopharyngeal Reflux

Acoustic measurements are useful therapeutic indicators of patients with dysphonia-related to reflux

In this group of individuals, the development of acoustic parameters was consistent with the evolution of symptoms and findings, and may be an interesting indicator of treatment in LPR patients who reported dysphonia.

Decision-making in Arytenoid Granuloma Management: An Insight into the Presentations and Etiology

An update on current treatment strategies for laryngopharyngeal reflux symptoms

A treatment algorithm is proposed to help clinicians diagnose and triage patients into an appropriate therapy for LPR patients, as there is currently no gold standard for diagnosis or treatment.

Results of the study of conservative treatment of laryngeal manifestations of laryngopharyngeal reflux

A positive correlation was found between the severity of LFR symptoms, including hoarseness, and the severity that changes in the laryngoscopic picture are found, which continues to decrease 6 weeks after the initiation of treatment when evaluating the data on the RSI questionnaire.

Impact of Acid, Weakly Acid and Alkaline Laryngopharyngeal Reflux on Voice Quality.

Dysphonia and reflux in children: A systematic review.