Our Direct Laryngoscopy Results: 3 Years Follow up

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Aim: To evaluate the pathological and clinical results of the 126 patients who had endoscopic direct laryngoscopy for laryngeal pathology. Material nd Method: In this study, endoscopic direct laryngoscopy were applied to 126 laryngeal pathology patients between March 2007 and June 2010. The pathological results were reviewed retrospectively. Results: The age of the patients range from 21 to 63 (mean: 40,2 years), including 39 women (%30,9), and 87 men (%69,1). The pathological results of the 126 patients were; laryngeal polyp in 87 patients, laryngeal nodule in 27 patients, squamouse cell carcinoma in 12 patients, entubation granuloma in 2 patients and laryngeal tuberculosis 1 patient. Discussion: Direct laryngoscopy using the operating microscope (microlaryngoscopy) that is a surgical method? provides a clear observation of the laryngeal pathologies and allows fine surgery to the larynx.

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  • Recieved: 12.05.2011
  • Accepted: 01.07.2011
  • Published Online: 01.07.2011
  • Printed: 01.07.2012
  • DOI: 10.4328/JCAM.694
  • Author: Mahmut Ozkiris, Cemil Mutlu
  • Identifier: J Clin Anal Med. 2012;3(3):286-288
  • Index Page: 286-288
  • How to Cite: Mahmut Ozkiris, Cemil Mutlu. Our Direct Laryngoscopy Results: 3 Years Follow up. J Clin Anal Med. 2012;3(3):286-288
  • Running Title: Our Direct Laryngoscopy Results
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