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Category: Throat

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Laryngitis vs. Hoarseness

What is Laryngitis? By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. Sanjeev Balamohan, M.D. Laryngitis refers to a temporary inflammation of the vocal cords and surrounding tissue, resulting in loss of voice or hoarseness, and frequent throat clearing. Cases can progress to chronic laryngitis, where permanent damage to the vocal cords may result. Causes...

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News / Throat

What To Do If You Have Trouble Swallowing

By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. Sanjeev Balamohan, M.D. Difficulty swallowing, also known as dysphagia, can impair an individual’s normal daily functioning of eating solid foods, drinking liquids, and swallowing saliva the body produces. Dysphagia can be felt as a lump in the throat, coughing when swallowing, or pain when swallowing. When...

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News / Nose / Throat

Does your spouse snore? Everything you need to know/Here’s how you can help

By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. Michael Layland, M.D. Snoring does not just affect the individual who snores; the spouse/partner may not be getting their best sleep, either. For the snorer, this may be an indication of sleep apnea. For the partner, the snoring may be annoying and prevent them from staying...

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