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Laryngostroboscopes

Definition : Laryngoscopes designed to observe the glottic action during phonations by focusing a stroboscopic light through a lens. Laryngostroboscopes usually include a constant and/or flashing light source, a camera, and a microphone; they are typically attached to a recording system and printer. These devices provide a slow-motion view of the vocal folds (i.e., true vocal cords) as they vibrate, permitting the assessment of phonatory function; detect lesions; and follow the course of treatment for the patient. Laryngostroboscopes are mostly used for larynx and vocal cord examination during phonation studies in voice-diagnosing laboratories.

Entry Terms : "Larynx Endoscopes, Stroboscopic" , "Stroboscopic Endoscopes"

UMDC code : 12294

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Glottal Enterprises Inc

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Glottal Enterprises helps clinics, hospitals and home users with precise, proven voice measurement systems and accurate, comfortable speech therapy solutions. Our products, found in leading hospitals and research centers worldwide, are based on over 30 years of professional experience and innovative research in voice measurement.

JEDMED Instrument Co

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At JEDMED, a premier medical and dental instrument and equipment company, the quality products and reliable service we provide allow us to meet the needs of the world's most discriminating medical professionals. We are a leading provider of advanced medical equipment for practitioners in the areas of ENT, Ophthalmology, and Telemedicine.

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