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Source: A Manual Of Peroral Endoscopy And Laryngeal Surgery
Papillomata do not infiltrate; but superficial
repullulations in many cases require repeated removals. If the basal
tissues are traumatized, an impaired or ruined voice will result. The
author designed these forceps (Fig. 29) to scalp off the growths
without injury to the normal tissues.
[FIG. 31.--The author's laryngeal rotation forceps.]
[FIG. 32.--Enlarged view of the jaws of the author's vocal-nodule
forceps. Larger cups are made for other purposes but these tiny cups
permit of that extreme delicacy required in the excision of the
nodules from the vocal cords of singers and other voice users.]
[FIG 33.-Extra large laryngeal tissue forceps. 30 cm. long, for
removing entire growths or large specimens of tissue. A smaller size
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