Microlaryngoscopy in a Child with Normal Anatomy

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Author: Soham Roy
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Specialties: Otolaryngology, Pediatric Surgery
Schools: University of Texas at Houston Medical School
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Contributor: Thomas Mitchell

A laryngoscope is used to allow magnified visualization of the anatomy of the larynx in a pediatric patient.  Labelled stills are used to demonstrate specific anatomy and landmarks.  This procedure is indicated to diagnose and/or treat pathology of the airway and vocal cords.  However, no pathology is seen in this patient.

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