Published in Law and Health Weekly, April 30th, 2005
"Laryngeal granulomas are effectively treated with antireflux therapy and speech therapy," otorhinolaryngologists in the United States explained. "Failure to respond leads to treatment with Botox or surgical excision."
In a recent study, S.B. Clyne and coauthors at Wake Forest University evaluated the utility of "the pulsed dye laser for treating chronic granulomas that do not respond to standard therapy."
"We performed a retrospective review from September 2002 to September 2003," the scientists said. "Patients identified with...
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