hoarseness


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Synonyms for hoarseness

a throaty harshness

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Additionally, diseases and medications can cause hoarseness, tremors in the voice and difficulty swallowing, according to Kenneth Altman MD, PhD, FACS, director of the Grabscheid Voice Center and associate professor of otolaryngology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Injured vocal tissue can cause hoarseness and loss of vocal control--problems affecting 3% - 9% of Americans each year.
The patient denied hoarseness, dyspnea, and dysphagia.
All patients with complains of hoarseness, chronic cough, foreign body sensation in throat, dysphagia, dyspnoea, haemoptysis, dysphonia were included in the study.
Hoarseness and loss of voice are usually temporary, lasting for no more than a week.
A continuous hoarseness of the voice may indicate that the cancer is pressing on the nerves to the voice box.
The pressure partly paralyzed muscles controlling his voice, accounting for his hoarseness, and making swallowing even more difficult.
The risks include those associated with bronchoscopy, primarily bronchial irritation causing cough, mucous production and hoarseness for a few days after treatment.
A 39-year-old woman presented with hoarseness of 3 months' duration.
INTRODUCTION: Hoarseness generally refers to an abnormal voice quality or pitch.
Laryngitis is inflammation of the larynx, or voicebox, with hoarseness, a barking cough, sore throat and sometimes fever.
Because sufferers regurgitate acidic fluids, coughing, hoarseness, laryngitis, asthma and pneumonia can result.
Hoarseness of voice is a condition where there is abnormal change in voice.
Hoarseness is a common presenting symptom in patients referred to the otolaryngology clinic.
Whooping and cheering until hoarseness sets in is not enough for Sam's Army members.