The most acute symptom of a voice coiled nodule is the decrease in overall sound quality. The person can not make high-pitched sounds. Sound annoyance or hoarseness may also occur, as well as chatter and tremor. It may take some time between the beginning of the talk and the beginning of the voice. The following symptoms can also be seen: sound and body fatigue, throbbing pain in the ears, sensation of lump in the throat, neck pain.
Is the nodule cancer of the vocal cords?
Voice annoyance may be a sign of laryngeal cancer. For this reason, if there is an excess of voice annoyance over the 15 days, an earlo nose throat specialist should be consulted. Scientific studies have recently shown that larynx cancer has increased about 7 times in females compared to males due to the increasing use of cigarettes in females.
Due to the cause and condition of the voice morbidity, treatment should be started as early as possible. In the treatment of early stage laryngeal carcinoma, tracheotomy can be performed in the throat without requiring a permanent hole. In the later stages, tracheotomy may be necessary along with tracheotomy, and sometimes the chances of operation are completely lost. Depending on the condition of the patient, radiotherapy and chemotherapy are among the treatment options. Therefore, early diagnosis and treatment are very important. Complaints should be referred to the doctor immediately.
How long is the operation of the voice coiled nodule?
Behavioral therapy, medical therapy, and voice coiled nodules or phonetic polyps that can not be resolved despite voice therapy are excised by the help of a metal laryngoscope inserted through the mouth under a microscope. It is known as "Microlaryngeal Surgey" which is classically defined with the help of microsurgery tools and under microscope. Voice coiled nodule surgery is a common surgery.