SD Hemorrhagic vocal cord polyps - laryngology 101 Standard defintion version

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Hemorrhagic vocal cord polyps are reviewed utilizing a case study going through diagnosis and treatment. Hemorrhagic vocal cord polyps are generally caused by vocal accidents. Sudden vocal overuse breaks a blood vessel. This often occurs on the edge of the vocal cord where the vibrations impact the vocal folds the most. Using the voice with the polyp, blood fills it and swells.

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