Vocal Cords Nodules and Polyps: Diagnosis and Treatment
By Dr. Neetu Modgil, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT),
Vocal nodules are noncancerous growths that start on a outspoken cords and it is many ordinarily caused by outspoken abuse. Polyps seem as a blister-like lesion, stalk-like growth, strike or flourishing on during slightest one though infrequently even both a outspoken cords. Polyps also tend to be bigger in distance than nodules. Doctors contend that a approach to compute between a sarcoma and a nodule is that a nodule is identical to a cruel and a sarcoma is identical to a blister. Here is all we need to know about outspoken nodules and polyps…
The means of both outspoken cord polyps and nodules are outspoken abuse. Here are all a forms of outspoken abuse…
2. Trauma to a outspoken cords
4. Smoking cigarettes excessively
6. Alcohol and caffeine
1. Strong pain from one ear to a other
2. Hoarse, oppressive voice
3. Pain in a neck
4. Feeling we have a ‘lump in a throat’
5. Voice as good as physique tiredness
There are 3 categorical exams that start if we go to an otolaryngologist or speech-language pathologist with any protest of outspoken cord nodules and/or polyps. They are:
1. A earthy examination
2. Voice evaluation
3. Neurological exam
1. Behavioral Techniques:
There are several voice therapies conducted by a debate denunciation therapist that can assistance stop your voice from sounding harsh.
2. Medications to Treat Underlying Condition:
This is when allergies, thyroid problems or other causes of polyps and nodules are addressed.
This is a final review that is even rarer for children.