Hemorrhagic vocal cord polyp
This is a hemorrhagic vocal cord polyp that came on after a cold and a severe cough in a person who is already very talkative with a bit of a raspy voice. She completely lost her voice for several days before it came back as a very rough voice. This first photo is taken with a Pentax chip endoscope at standard definition.
The next two photos are taken with the Kay-Pentax thin rigid 70° endoscope. She is using her voice enough that the polyp is creating an indentation into the right vocal cord. The dampening of the vibrations cause they secretions to accumulate on the right vocal cord in the middle.