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Hoarseness of voice
Am suffering from hoarseness of view since last 4 months. After performing direct laryngoscopy, a nodule was found on the vocal cords. Dr suggested micro laryngeal surgery. Is there no other option other than the surgery for treating it?
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Dr. Pinaki Mazumder
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Vocal modules should be treated by voice therapy initially, rarely they need surgery and if needed it should be done after adequate voice therapy.
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Dr. Gladson Guddappa Uchil
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best option is LASER assisted Microlaryngeal Surgery...it does not even require regular hospitalisation...just a short daycare procedure...discharge within 2 hours after the procedure!
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