Vocal Nodules / Nodes
Nodules are thickenings or callouses that form on the vocal folds. They are a result of vocal trauma.
A cyst is a small fluid and mucous collection that develops within the vocal fold.
Laryngopharyngeal reflux is the backwards flow of stomach contents into the pharynx and larynx.
A vocal hemorrhage is blood that has leaked into the vocal fold from an injured blood vessel.
Vocal paralysis is the total absence of movement of a vocal cord due to nerve damage.
A papilloma is a warty growth that occurs on the vocal cords due to infection with HPV.
Vocal atrophy is the thinning of one or both vocal muscles.
A granuloma is an inflammatory mass that grows in the larynx, usually in the back.
Polyps are fluid-filled collections that form on the edge of a vocal cord.
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