Acute laryngitis

Laryngitis: See main article: Laryngitis

Acute: An acute condition is newly arising, sudden, rather than long-lasting or recurring ("chronic"). Doesn't always mean severe although it often is. See: Acute, Acute Disorders

Laryngitis: See main article: Laryngitis

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Acute Laryngitis: An acute inflammatory process affecting the larynx. It is caused by bacteria, viruses, or vocal strain. Signs and symptoms include sore throat, cough, swallowing difficulties, and hoarseness.1

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Acute laryngitis: A laryngitis which lasts less than a few days.2

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Acute laryngitis: A laryngitis which lasts less than a few days.3

Types

Types may include:4

Types of Acute Laryngitis:

Categories

Category of acute laryngitis:

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Categories

Category of acute laryngitis:

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References

  1. Source: NCI Thesaurus
  2. Source: Monarch Initiative
  3. Source: Disease Ontology
  4. Source: NCI Thesaurus
  5. Source: Disease Ontology
  6. Source: Monarch Initiative
  7. Source: NIDCD (NIH): nidcd.nih.gov/ health/ hoarseness
  8. ibid.
  9. Source: MedLinePlus (NIH): medlineplus.gov/ viralinfections.html

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