Restech to Revisit the 47th Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice

5/31/18 11:11 AM / by Bree Gorman, MPH posted in voice


Andrew Krauss, MS, CCC-SLP is heading to Philly to represent Restech at the Voice Foundation's Annual Symposium. This meeting is an intimate gathering of voice professionals, researchers, and students in otolaryngology, voice science, speech pathology and vocal pedagogy. Restech has supported the meeting for the past decade and we are excited to be there again this year. 

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Voice Problems, Negative Manometry, and Negative Esophageal pH Test

4/30/18 10:00 AM / by Dr Josef Schlömicher Thier posted in voice, treatment, case study


Dr. Josef Schlömicher-Thier
Chief of the International Voice Center Austria

Chief of the ENT Center in Neumarkt/Salzburg
Laryngology Specialist


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A 60 year old male presented with hoarseness, a heavy cough, and voice problems extending back at least four years. Symptoms had recently exacerbated leaving the individual out of work on sick leave. The patient reported multiple prior pneumonias, but presented with a normal pulmonary exam at the time of the initial assessment.

Prior to his office assessment, the patient was examined at a different hospital. This included the discovery of a minor hiatal hernia, which was accompanied by a negative esophageal manometry test and a negative duel channel pH test. Video Stroboscopy revealed hyperplasia/ leucoplakia. VRP showed a restricted mass.

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