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Chronic laryngitis

The picture of chronic catarrhal laryngitis is similar to acute, but their symptoms can be smoothed out, undulating, combined, as a rule, with chronic pharyngitis. The causes are chronic inflammatory diseases of the trachea, bronchi, lungs, sinusitis, vasomotor rhinitis, adverse environmental factors - frequent or constant cooling, airborne impurities, alcohol abuse. 100% of smokers have a larynx (smoker's laryngitis), but passive smoking (presence in a smoky room) is quite harmful. Chronic laryngitis is expressed in persistent dysphonia, fatigue of the voice, hoarseness, coarsening (voice of the smoker). A type of chronic laryngitis - atrophic, found in the lake, pharyngopathy; when blanching and thinning of the mucosa are noted. Treatment as in acute laryngitis, but preventive measures are crucial: the rejection of cold food and drink, bad habits, the elimination of adverse factors of work and life, the treatment of lung diseases, etc.

Hypertrophic laryngitis is diffuse and (more often) limited. When spilled, the vocal folds are not only enlarged, but also covered by enlarged vestibular ones, which, when phonated, close together, forming a kind of voice timbre (dog voice).

Limited hypertrophic laryngitis is more common.

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Nodules of singers. They arise when the voice is used improperly, it is very common among singers with an incorrectly set voice (hence the name), actors, lecturers, teachers and everyone who overloads the "voice" apparatus. There is an overgrowth of the epithelium and connective tissue at the border of the middle and posterior third of the vocal folds, the size of no more than millet grain. The glottis does not completely close.

2. Pachydermia - limited outgrowths in the form of nodules and tubercles in the posterior sections of the vocal folds or in the intercarpal space.

3. Sub-folded laryngitis - a symmetrical thickening in the sub-vocal space (as with false croup) without signs of suffocation, but only with a change in timbre and sonority of the voice.

4. Prolapse of the blinking ventricle - it is one-sided and two-sided when the roller is visible between the vestibular and vocal folds, sometimes obscuring the latter for examination.

Prevention and treatment as described above for forms of chronic laryngitis.
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Chronic laryngitis

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