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Synonyms for process

Synonyms for process

a writ issued by authority of law

deal with in a routine way

perform mathematical and logical operations on (data) according to programmed instructions in order to obtain the required information

institute legal proceedings against

deliver a warrant or summons to someone

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In-office excision en masse of a vocal process granuloma using the potassium-titanyl-phosphate laser.
The incidence of vocal process granuloma cannot be determined accurately because the number of published studies is limited.
The body of the arytenoid cartilage develops from branchial arch mesoderm and is made up of hyaline cartilage, and the vocal process originates in pharyngeal floor mesoderm and is made up of elastic cartilage.
Vocal process granulomas are caused by mucosal trauma, usually in the presence of reflux.
The definitive histopathologic diagnosis was a carcinosarcoma made up of areas of in situ carcinoma and leiomyosarcoma of the right true vocal fold that involved the vocal process of the arytenoid and infiltrated into Reinke's space without affecting the vocal muscle or thyroid cartilage.
The mass was attached by an insubstantial stalk that was pedicled to the vocal process of the right arytenoid.
Videostroboscopy detected a large hemorrhage of the right true vocal fold that extended from the anterior commissure to the vocal process of the arytenoids (figure, A).
She then underwent right vocal cordotomy and excision of the right arytenoid vocal process. She was successfully decannulated 2 weeks later, and the tracheostoma was closed.
In the case of unilateral vocal fold paralysis, the injection should be placed at two sites: at the posterior aspect (lateral to the vocal process) and at the mid-vocal fold.
Endoscopic examination detected an interarytenoid vocal process bridge (figure 1).
On strobovideolaryngoscopy, the patient was noted to have signs of severe laryngopharyngeal reflux and a large biloed granuloma overlying the medial surface of the vocal process of the right arytenoid (figure 1).
We describe a case of bilateral vocal process lesions in a 65-year-old man.