from The Century Dictionary.
- Situated within the larynx.
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_Complications during endolaryngeal operations_ are rare.
Where this is the case, the endolaryngeal application of the radium may be made by inserting the container through the tracheotomic wound, and anchoring it to the cannula.
_Complications after endolaryngeal operations_ are unusual.
_After-care of endolaryngeal operations_ includes careful cleansing of the teeth and mouth; and if the extrinsic area of the larynx is involved in the wound, sterile liquid food and water should be given for four days.
If an endolaryngeal operation is needed by a nephritic, preparatory treatment may prevent laryngeal edema or other complications.
Two applications are usually sufficient completely to anesthetize the exterior and interior of the larynx by blocking of the superior laryngeal nerve without any endolaryngeal applications.
P. aeruginosa was cultured in the sputum for six consecutive months or serum precipitating antibodies to Sputum samples obtained by expectoration or endolaryngeal suction were Gram-stained and examined under the microscope to confirm the origin from the lower airways with the exception of the samples from Norway.