Library of Photos of Voicebox Abnormalities

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Note that all photographs were obtained from patients seen and evaluated at Fauquier ENT. Below is the list of pathology seen in this webpage. Each photo was taken from a different patient. Multiple different examples can be found for most abnormalities. Video of the actual exam can be found by following the links under Voice Index. The pictures were obtained while examining the voicebox by using a fiberoptic endoscope.

If you don't know what normal looks like, click here for pictures or here for video. Go through the tutorial for a complete explanation of how humans produce sound.


Vocal Cord Swelling


Vocal Cord Nodules (Read Article)
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Vocal Cord Cysts (Read Article)
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Vocal Cord Polyps (Read Article)
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Candidal Laryngitis
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Vocal Cord Cancer
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Reflux Laryngitis
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Hemorrhagic Laryngitis
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Dehydration
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Mucosal Bridge (Back to Top)


Vocal Cord Papillomas
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Traumatic Laryngitis
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Viral Laryngitis
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Bacterial Laryngitis
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Vocal Cord Paralysis (Read Article)
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Bowed Vocal Cords or Presbylaryngeus
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Muscle Tension Dysphonia
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Tracheal Stenosis

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Posterior Glottic Web
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Vocal Cord Varicosity

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Tracheomalacia

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