A tonsillectomy is the removal of your tonsils. Your tonsils are located in the back of your throat.
Microlaryngeal surgery, also known as phonomicrosurgery, is a workhorse procedure that deals with a variety of laryngeal conditions.
The most common indication for submandibular gland excision is salivary calculus with secondary ductal obstruction and sialadenitis.
A tracheostomy is an opening created at the front of the neck so a tube can be inserted into the windpipe (trachea) to help you breathe.
Phonomicrosurgery is procedure performed on the vocal folds under the microscope with or without lasers.
A goitre is a lump or swelling at the front of the neck caused by a swollen thyroid.
The salivary glands are organs on each side of the face. They make saliva (spit), the lubricating fluid found in the mouth and throat.
Vocal cord cancer is very closely linked with a history of smoking, though nonsmokers may get vocal cord cancer as well.
A lump on the side of the tongue that touches the teeth. The lump often looks like an ulcer and is grayish-pink to red.
(ee-SAH-fuh-GOS-koh-pee) Examination of the esophagus using an esophagoscope.
Bronchoscopy is a procedure that lets doctors look at your lungs and air passages.
When you sleep, the tissues in your throat relax. Sometimes these tissues vibrate and create a harsh or hoarse sound.
When a cancer involves part of the tongue, glossectomy can be performed to remove either a part or all of the entire tongue.