Videostroboscopy

Videostroboscopy

Videostroboscopy!

Videostroboscopy is a specialized diagnostic procedure used for viewing and recording the motion of the vocal cords during speaking or singing.  A digital computer and strobe light are used to produce magnified images of the vocal cord vibrations enabling a slow motion view of the tissue.  Videostroboscopy is a state-of-the-art technique that assists Dr. Neal in identifying any subtle changes in your vocal cords so that any abnormal patterns of vibration may be detected.  This technique also helps in making an accurate diagnosis of vocal pathology including masses or lesions.
  

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