Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : larynx


Kudrat Mengkobilovich Salomov, Shavkat Ergashevich Amonov, Nigora Abdumalikovna Rasulova, Dodar Rahimovna Djabbarova, Habibullo Nasratullaevich Adullaev, Firuza Bahtiyorovna Nurmukhamedova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 3277-3285

Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the larynx remains one of the most difficult tasks of otorhinolaryngology. Often, diseases of the larynx are manifested by impaired vocal function, that is, dysphonia. Voice pathology not only affects interpersonal relationships but also creates difficulties in professional activities. This is especially true for people of voice-speech professions, whose professional suitability and longevity depend on the quality of their voice.


Dr. Anant Chouhan, Dr. Bindu Rani

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 5857-5863

Objective   The study was undertaken to identify the benign laryngeal pathologies and their modes of clinical presentation, etiological factors, sites of involvement, demographic  profile of  the  patients, management and prognosis.
Study design  This is a four and half year prospective study of 50 patients with benign laryngeal  lesions attending an outpatient department from September 2016 to February 2021.
Materials and methods  A total of 50 patients with benign laryngeal lesions were included in the study based on symptoms such as change in voice, foreign body sensation, throat pain, cough and positive findings on clinical examination. The patients were in the age group of 15–60 years. All diagnostic investigations and therapeutic microlarygoscopic procedures were done.
Results   Malepreponderance with a male:female ratio of 2.33:1 was seen. Majority of the patients were in the age group of 31–40 years. Vocal cord polyps were observed to be the commonest type of lesions (58%). Vocal Abuse was the  most common predisposing factor (40%). Hoarseness was the commonest symptom (100%). In  the  study  group, only 6% patients  got complete relief with conservative management , 94% patients required microlaryngeal surgery. There was no recurrence during the follow up period.
Conclusion   Organic disorder of larynx is the commonest cause among benign laryngeal disorder. Early diagnosis can  lead to effective management and good recovery. Microlaryngeal surgery and voice rest are the treatment of choice and postoperative speech therapy should be provided to prevent recurrences

Otorhinolaryngology Manifestations of Covid-19 Patients Short Title: ENT Manifestations of Covid-19

Shuaib Kayode AREMU

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 143-154

Objective: Our main aim is to review the published literature under the ENT manifestations in COVID19 positive patients having underlying causes. Materials and Methods: We have read about 45 peer-reviewed Elsevier, springer, wild pub, Jama network, British health magazine, Pub Med, Wiley's online booksellers, Karger journals, Europe PMC, new England newspaper, American Roentgen ology journal, and Nature's Public Health Emergency Series. We read about 45 peer-reviewed articles. The authors then summarized, collected, and analyzed the findings of research that met these criteria for inclusion and exclusion.