BENIGN LESIONS OF VOCAL CORD â€“ A CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY
Dr Jakkala. Suresh babu JCDR. 2018: 324-335
Larynx is an important organ of the body. The primary function of the larynx is to provide protection to the lower airway. It secondarily evolved to serve as a vocal generator of sound. The larynx produces sound which is the major medium of communication. Only vertebrates with their thoracoabdominal diaphragms are able to use their larynges as flutter valves; altering air flow from their respiratory bellows to produce sound. The production of sound for communication of complex information is limited highest orders. Although rarely life threatening, voice problems can cause tremendous alteration in daily living and should not be underestimated as a medical disorder
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