The patient was a 35 year old male who presented with hoarseness.  Rigid video endoscopy revealed a polyp on right vocal cord and a thorn like projection on the corresponding surface of the left true vocal cord. The two lesions were removed with microlaryngeal surgical instruments.  The patient had a marked improvement in his voice after surgery.

Author:  Jayant K. Watve,  Professor and Head, Dept of E.N.T.  Rajarshi Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Govt. Medical College (RCSMGMC)  Kolhapur, India. 

Abstract:  A case report and video showing a technique of removing a laryngeal polyp.

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