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July-December 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Lasers in microlaryngeal surgery: Looking beyond CO 2 laser
Perhaps the most important development, besides the introduction of operating microscopes, in the field of laryngology, is the introduction of lasers in microlaryngeal surgery. For, it has not only re...
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Review Article
Use of pulsed dye laser in the management of laryngeal lesions: The current perspective
Since the introduction of lasers to laryngeal surgeries, CO 2 laser has remained the most commonly used laser for a variety of purposes. Recently, a wide range of lasers have been developed...
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Original Article
Respiratory swallowing coordination in healthy term neonates during the first 4 days of life
Background: This is a cross-sectional, observational study evaluating the coordination between respiration and swallowing in 22 healthy term neonates from birth to 4 days of age. Methods:
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Original Article
Cepstral analysis of voice in healthy aged individuals
Introduction: The anatomical and physiological changes in the phonatory system due to aging have a major impact on voice. Widely researched parameters of voice such as fundamental frequency and...
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Students Corner
Student's corner: Cardiovocal hoarseness - Challenges in diagnosis and management
Cough and hoarseness are common symptoms that may be encountered in general or specialist clinical practice. Hoarseness, especially when found in isolation, could have an origin other than in the airw...
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Journal of Laryngology and Voice

The Journal of Laryngology and Voice (ISSN : 22309748 ) is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles and information related to all aspects of laryngology and voice disorders.
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