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Chronic professional laryngitis

For chronic professional laryngitis, a decrease in the tone of the muscles of the larynx is characteristic. In the study, there is an expansion of blood vessels along the edge of the vocal folds. The folds are pink, their free edge is somewhat thickened, even, with phonation they close almost completely.

With more severe forms of professional laryngitis, hoarseness becomes constant, the voice is hoarse, devoid of melody and strength, aphonia often develops. The vocal folds are hyperemic, covered with viscous mucus, their free edge is uneven, thickened.

Occupational diseases also include hemorrhages (Figure 2), usually occurring on one of the vocal folds. The cause of hemorrhage can be a strong cry or cough, as well as a sharp change in tonality, often in the upper case. A significant risk is hemorrhage, which is localized closer to the free edge of the vocal fold, since mucosal detachment can occur here, which can later turn into a cystic or fibrous mass.


Figure 2 -

Left vocal cord hemorrhage



The main complaints of patients are hoarseness, rapid fatigue of the voice and depletion of vocal function. There is a sharp violation of not only professional, but also speech voice.

Patients are recommended to observe the voice mode for a week, light tonic drugs are prescribed inside. This helps to improve fine muscle coordination, normalizes muscle tone, and relieves fatigue. A pronounced effect is given by breathing exercises and phonopedics.
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Chronic professional laryngitis

  1. Chronic hyperplastic laryngitis
    Chronic hyperplastic laryngitis is characterized by various kinds of laryngeal mucosa hyperplasia; prevalence distinguish between limited and diffuse forms of the disease. Et and about l about d and I. It occurs usually after frequent acute processes, the disease is caused by hypothermia and overheating of the body, voice overload, smoking, alcohol, etc. K l and n and with with to I
  2. Chronic atrophic laryngitis
    Most often, atrophic laryngitis is etiologically and pathogenetically associated with atrophy of the nasal mucosa and pharynx: in some cases, it develops after suffering diphtheria or scarlet fever. Conditions of dust and gas contamination of the environment contribute to the development of atrophy of the mucous membrane of the larynx as well as smoking and alcohol abuse. K l and n and with to and to kartin and.
  3. Chronic catarrhal laryngitis
    The disease in most cases is a consequence of the often repeated acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx after hypothermia. In persons whose profession is associated with the load on the vocal apparatus (singers, reciters, lecturers, etc.), their long overstrain can play the main etiological role. Occupational factors such as dustiness,
  4. Acute professional laryngitis
    The disease occurs due to overexertion of the voice or improper manner of voice control. Patients complain of discomfort in the larynx and fatigue of the voice after exercise. On examination (indirect laryngoscopy), redness of the vocal folds is detected, they look dull, dry, the edges of the folds are sluggish. With phonation, the vocal folds do not close completely. It is necessary to pay attention
  5. Chronic laryngitis. U37.0
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  6. Chronic laryngitis and laryngotracheitis. U37
    {foto169} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (pain, cough, difficulty
  7. Chronic occupational intoxication
    Early manifestations of intoxication are functional disorders of the central nervous system. Rehabilitation begins with the removal of the patient from contact with a toxic substance. In the initial or moderately severe stage of the disease, comprehensive rehabilitation includes a milk and vegetable diet, alkaline baths, and phototherapy. Treatment in local sanatoriums and climatic resorts, sun and air baths,
  8. Correlation of concepts professional orientation, professional self-determination and professional suitability of an individual
    The formation of professional suitability, the formation of a professional is inextricably linked with self-determination of a person, that is, with self-realization, self-affirmation, self-improvement, self-knowledge. This process is due to the manifestations of internal resources, forces, attitudes towards the professional formation of personality and its development. Self-determination of personality is a conscious act of identifying and
  9. Laryngitis
    The clinical picture of acute laryngitis Acute laryngitis (inflammation of the larynx) occurs more often with acute catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, flu and other infectious diseases, as well as as a result of overexertion of the voice. Depending on the degree of inflammation - a change in voice from mild hoarseness to loss of it, coughing, dryness, soreness in the throat. Sometimes a slight fever, headache
  10. Improving the style of professional activity, optimizing the relationship between individual groups of professional skills, increasing the number of "degrees of freedom" of the subject of professional activity
    This performance criterion is a unique criterion for acmeological training program-oriented, since this training is aimed at fulfilling the task of improving professional skills as a whole and has sufficient methodological potential to solve it. In addition to increasing the level of possession of individual skills and psycho-correction of the current state
  11. Laryngitis
    Physical blockage Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx, the organ by which we make sounds. Laryngitis is characterized by hoarseness, coughing and sometimes shortness of breath. (If it is a lesion of the larynx with diphtheria, see the article CROUP). Emotional blocking Partial or complete loss of voice indicates that a person does not allow himself to speak, as he is afraid of something. He wants
  12. Acute laryngitis
    Acute laryngitis is an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx, which in this case, as a rule, is secondarily affected by acute respiratory infections, is less often an independent disease, while there is always inflammation of the mucous membrane of the trachea and it is more correct to call this disease laryngotracheitis, especially since from our point of view this disease begins it is with inflammation of the trachea, and then the larynx. At the first place
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