Volume: 27

1. Dogma of Extraesophaghgeal Reflux. Page:78—83
2. Neurophysiology of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux and Brainstem Reflex. Page:73—77
3. A Case of Fibrous Mass Diagnosed as Spidle Cell Rhabdomyosarcoma in the Vocal Fold. Page:126—129
4. The Study of Satisfaction of Voice Therapy in Patients with Voice Disorders. Page:35—39
5. The Effects of Intralaryngeal Needle Technique in Intracordal Cyst. Page:40—44
6. The Effect of Voice Therapy in Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis. Page:45—50
7. Incidental Ignition of a Pulsed Dye Laser Fiber During Laryngomicrosurgery: A Case Report. Page:51—53
8. Severe Complication of Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy. Page:54—57
9. A Case of Bilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis Induced by Concurrent Rheumatoid Arthritis Involvement of Laryngeal Nerve and Cricoarytenoid Joint. Page:130—133
10. A Case of Killian-Jamieson Diverticulum in the Esophagus. Page:134—137
11. Endoscopic Resection of a Vocal Cord Polyp in a Patient with Difficult Laryngeal Exposure. Page:138—140
12. Laryngeal Verruca Vulgaris: A Case Report and Review of Literature. Page:141—144
13. The Management of Systemic Voice Disorders. Page:5—10
14. Improving Speech and Swallowing Functions in Patients with Stroke. Page:11—13
15. Voice Care for the Post-Thyroidectomy Dysphonia. Page:14—17
16. Voice Rehabilitation after Total Laryngectomy. Page:18—20
17. Irritable Larynx Syndrome with Dyspnea. Page:21—24
18. Injection Laryngoplasty for The Treatment of Vocal Fold Scar, and Sulcus. Page:25—29
19. Microsurgical Extirpation of Intracordal Cyst with a Microflap Technique. Page:30—34
20. Globus Pharyngeus: The Psychiatric Perspective. Page:84—86
21. Differential Diagnosis of Chronic Coughing. Page:87—90
22. Differential Diagnosis of Dysphonia Looks Normal Larynx. Page:91—94
23. The Perceptual and Consonant Analysis for the Voice with Hypothyroidism. Page:95—101
24. The Correlation between The Size and Location of Vocal Polyp and Voice Quality, Before and After Laryngeal Microsurgery. Page:102—107
25. Analysis of Voice and Swallowing Symptoms after Thyroidectomy in Patients without Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury in Early Postoperative Period. Page:108—113
26. Comparison of Vocal Cord Motion and Voice Characteristics of Applied Music Singing Students before and after Singing Voice Therapy. Page:114—121
27. A Case of Successful Use of C-MAC® Video Laryngoscope in ‘Cannot Ventilate’ Situation Due to Unexpected Severe Narrowing of Laryngeal Inlet. Page:122—125