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- n. A person who studies or specializes in laryngology; a subspeciality of otorhinolaryngology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who applies himself to laryngology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One versed in laryngology.
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For treatment, a visual examination of the vocal chords by a laryngologist is the first step.
Getting examined once a year by an ear, nose and throat physician or a laryngologist to ensure that your vocal folds are healthy -- and to discuss and identify risk factors before real problems develop.
Our laryngologist and voice therapists work with teachers to uncover the root of their voice problems.
The pioneer laryngologist Dr Chevalier Jackson 1865-1958 turns out to be a fascinating, stomach-churning study in innard-looking obsession.
Not being an laryngologist, I can only guess what some of these terms mean (or sound like), but I do find it interesting (and perhaps not totally unexpected) that the vocal characteristics of individuals with obesity are objectively different than the voices of nonobese people.
While "heartburn" is traditionally recognized as the most common one, some experience a cough, asthma symptoms, or trouble swallowing, says laryngologist Jamie Koufman, Director of the Voice Institute of New York and author of Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure, published this year.
My physician recommended I see a famed laryngologist, who looked in my throat with a video scope through my nose lovely and told me I have a lump on my right vocal cord and an indentation on my left one.
Sinai laryngologist voice specialist Peak Woo, one of the superstars in my biz.
I know of at least one instance in which a laryngologist affected the course of a presidential election can't stump if you can't talk.
And then ... just when he thought he was safe ... he heard his own name spoken: heard it said aloud, not once but many times, and, damnation take it! by none other than old Muir the laryngologist, that pitiful old fossil, that infernal old busybody, dead long since, who it seemed had been in court throughout the proceedings and now recognised him, and stood pointing at him.