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What is Vocal papilloma?

What is Vocal papilloma?

  • Vocal papilloma: A common harmless bump that develops near the glottal closure and affects voice quality. The bump or tumor is caused by a papovavirus infection of the throat.

Vocal papilloma: Introduction

Types of Vocal papilloma:

Broader types of Vocal papilloma:

How serious is Vocal papilloma?

Prognosis of Vocal papilloma: The condition needs to be treated to prevent breathing problems which could be potentially fatal.
Complications of Vocal papilloma: see complications of Vocal papilloma

What causes Vocal papilloma?

Causes of Vocal papilloma: see causes of Vocal papilloma

What are the symptoms of Vocal papilloma?

Symptoms of Vocal papilloma: see symptoms of Vocal papilloma

Complications of Vocal papilloma: see complications of Vocal papilloma

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Vocal papilloma: Otolaryngologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Vocal papilloma.
Treatments for Vocal papilloma: see treatments for Vocal papilloma

Name of Vocal papilloma

Main name of condition: Vocal papilloma


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