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Info about laryngitis

Nov 10th 2013 at 9:15 PM

Indirect larynx gossipy and fiber optic endoscopy can be performed for better evaluation of airway patency, mobility of the vocal cords, presence of laryngeal edema and erythematic, laryngeal and stenos is.

Computed tomography allows evaluation of soft tissue edema, cartilage destruction, and cervical addend patchy. MRI can add information not possible soft tissue to be visualized by CT

Direct larynx gossipy may be required for detailed inspection of the larynx and obtaining material for histological and culture. In some cases, brunch occupy and esophagi go copy are also indicated.


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1. INFECTIOUS laryngitis

Can generally be divided into acute or chronic

Acute infections usually occur over a period of seven days, with fever and airway compromise, being most prevalent in childhood.

The chronicle usually persists for weeks, and the pain and hoarseness predominant symptoms, systemic disease is an important factor, and occurs most often in adults

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. Both processes is important to assess: the degree of dispend, regional and systemic symptoms associated factors predisposing.

Importantly, there is often no consistent correlation between the severity of symptoms and morbidity caused by the process in acute cases it is essential to differentiate viral laryngitis caused by a process of simple epiglottises flu and croup.

In is important to differentiate malignant chronic infectious disease simple, since the picture can be similar. 1.1

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