Vocal cord polyps

The formation of polyps on the vocal cords are usually generally produce intense vocal efforts, strong inflammation, chronic laryngitis, or inflammation of the vocal cords apart from other irritants such as excessive consumption of snuff. This is a small rounded and benign formation that can be developed in different areas of the vocal cords, especially on one side. The symptoms that people with polyps on the vocal cords are a cough that causes hoarseness, cough, sore throat and changes the timbre of the voice, whose intensity depends on the extent of the injury. To prevent worsening of symptoms, you must start at an early stage with a speech therapy to retrain the voice and proceed to the removal of polyps with surgery.

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