Fiberoptic videolaryngoscopy during bicycle ergometry: a diagnostic tool for exercise-induced vocal cord dysfunction.

@article{Tervonen2009FiberopticVD,
  title={Fiberoptic videolaryngoscopy during bicycle ergometry: a diagnostic tool for exercise-induced vocal cord dysfunction.},
  author={Hanna Tervonen and Minna M Niskanen and Anssi R. A. Sovij{\"a}rvi and Auli S Hakulinen and Erkki Vilkman and L M Aaltonen},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2009},
  volume={119 9},
  pages={1776-80}
}
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS Exercise-induced vocal cord dysfunction is difficult to diagnose because the paradoxical vocal cord adduction should be observed during exercise. Our goal was to develop and validate a new diagnostic method for exercise-induced vocal cord dysfunction by combining continuous fiberoptic laryngoscopy with a bicycle ergometry test. METHODS Thirty consecutive patients referred to a laryngologist because of suspicion of exercise-induced vocal cord dysfunction and 15 healthy… CONTINUE READING
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