Injection Glottoplasty.

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Summary of "Injection Glottoplasty."

Glottal insufficiency often causes voice problems, but also dysphagia, dyspnoe while speaking as well as a limited global strength and endurance. Injection glottoplasty represents a valid therapeutic option. This article describes indication, materials, technique, and outcome expectations. For selection of the appropriate material and technique morphological changes and parameters of vocal function should be considered.


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Name: Laryngo- rhino- otologie
ISSN: 1438-8685
Pages: 22-30


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