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The Larynx

The laryngeal mirror


Topical anaesthesia
Stroboscopic examination
Laryngeal photography
Video laryngoscopy
Flexible laryngoscopy
Normal larynx
Vocal cord polyp
Vocal cord polyp
Vocal cord paralysis
Vocal cord paralysis
Ninth and tenth nerve paralysis
Large vocal cord granuloma
Vocal cord cyst
Acquired laryngeal web
Supraglottic lateral saccular cyst
Subglottic stenosis
Direct laryngoscopy
Normal infant larynx
Postcricoid region
Normal trachea
Normal trachea
Laryngomalacia
Subglottic haemangioma
Small congenital glottic web
Medium congenital glottic web
Large congenital glottic web
Vocal nodules
Vocal nodules
Vocal nodules
Supraglottic papillomatosis
Widespread papillomatosis
Posterior laryngeal papillomatosis
Posterior laryngeal papillomatosis
Laryngeal papillomatosis and thick web
Respiratory papillomatosis and thick web
Vocal cord polyp
Vocal cord polyp
Chronic fungal laryngitis
Intubation granuloma
Laser granuloma
Right vocal cord paralysis
Right vocal cord paralysis
Right vocal cord paralysis
Vocal cord paralysis
Acute epiglottitis after intubation
Leukoplakia
Squamous cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Ingested foreign body: coin
Ingested foreign body: Brooch
Ingested foreign body: Star
Ingested foreign body: fishbone
Ingested foreign body: ornamental pin
Foreign body in the larynx: glass
Inhaled foreign body: peanut
Inhaled foreign body: plastic object
Inhaled foreign body: drawing pin