Nasolaryngoscope

A Nasolaryngoscope is a small flexible tube that is passed through the nose to the back of the throat. The procedure is simple, fast and painless and is performed in the office.

Some indications for this procedure are laryngitis, hoarsness, upper respiratory infections, chronic cough, and upper airway disorders.

 

 

Pulmonology is classified as a subspecialty of Internal Medicine. A pulmonologist is a physician who is trained and acquired specialized knowledge and skill in the diagnosing and treating of lung disorders.
 
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