Vocal Cord Nodules Disease and Treatment – A Case Study by Dr.Saptarshi Banerjea

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Vocal cord lesions are benign (non-cancerous) growths that may include nodules, polyps and cysts. Vocal trauma or overuse is associated with these lesions.

Vocal cord nodules (referred to as “vocal fold” nodules by physicians) are growths that form on the vocal cords. These bumps are benign (noncancerous) and are similar to calluses that can form on the hands.

Nodules affect girls and boys of any age, and are a common cause of voice issues in both children and adults.

Vocal cord nodules are also called “Singer’s nodules,” as people who use their voice regularly may inadvertently ‘abuse’ their vocal cords and cause the formation of these growths and related voice issues.

Signs and symptoms
The most common symptom of vocal cord nodules is a raspy or hoarse voice. You may also hear straining and pitch breaks in your child’s voice when he talks or sings.

Vocal cord nodules usually develop due to chronic abuse of the voice over time, such as straining, yelling and frequent singing. Ongoing friction between the vocal cords creates callous-like growths.

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