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Participación laríngea en la tos crónica

@inproceedings{Marco2013ParticipacinLE,
  title={Participaci{\'o}n lar{\'i}ngea en la tos cr{\'o}nica},
  author={Ignacio Cobeta Marco and Adalberto Pacheco Galv{\'a}n and Elena Mora Rivas},
  year={2013}
}
La tos cronica es la que dura mas de 8 semanas. Una vez descartadas las causas clasicas de tos cronica, actualmente se considera que la etiologia mas probable esta constituida por los trastornos sensoriales del nervio vago. Los pacientes con tos cronica de origen laringeo presentan sintomas asociados como globo, disfagia, disfonia, disnea y/o estridor. Estos pacientes tienen mayor tendencia a sufrir movimiento vocal paradojico. Existe una sensibilizacion al reflejo de la tos y una respuesta… 

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