In-Office Laryngeal Suture Removal
A 55-year-old woman with a history of left vocal fold avulsion due to traumatic intubation 5 months prior to our visit complained of dysphonia, throat pain, and coughing. Evaluation revealed glottic insufficiency, reflux laryngitis, Reinke’s edema, vocal process avulsion, and thyroarytenoid muscle laxity.
Catanoso, Lisa; Evarts, Marissa; and Sataloff, Robert T., "In-Office Laryngeal Suture Removal" (2019). Otolaryngology (ENT) Resident Research. 29.