Laryngitis

Laryngitis or laryngitis is usually caused by viruses or overuse. It causes an acute change of voice (lower volume and hoarseness). Diagnosis is based on clinical criteria. If symptoms persist for more than 3 weeks, laryngoscopy is required. A Viruslaryngitis subsides on its own. Under certain circumstances, other infectious causes or irritation must be discussed separately. Most commonly an acute laryngitis is caused by viral respiratory infections. Accompanying cough can…

September 3, 2018
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What is Laryngitis

ਲਾਰੀਗੀਟਾਈਟਸ, ਗਲ਼ੇ ਦਾ ਦਰਦ, ਗਰਮ ਗਲਾ, ਘੱਗਾਪਣ
May 1, 2018

Laryngitis is a swelling or inflammation of your voice box (larynx) from irritation, overuse, or infection. Inside the larynx are your vocal cords — two overlaps of mucous membrane coating muscle and cartilage. Usually, your vocal cords open and close smoothly, forming sounds through their movement and vibration. But in laryngitis, your vocal cords become inflamed or irritated. This swelling distorts the sounds produced by air passing over them. As…

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