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Table 3 Video-laryngoscopic examination results in patients with late-onset Pompe disease

From: Analysis of voice quality in patients with late-onset Pompe disease

ID Larynx diagnosis Age of dysphonia/duration GRBAS MPT Vestibulum of larynx Vocal folds Arytenoid area
1 N No 00000 6 s. N GI pp, VF thickened, thick mucus Min. C
2 N No 00000 8 s. N Min. VF thickened N
3 GI Laryngeal tremor No data 00100 10 s. N GI mp, VF tremor thick mucus on VF C, O
4 N No data 10100 4 s. N VFC, mucus on VF N
5 Hyperfunctional dysphonia No data 00001 10 s. Phonation of VsP N C
6 No data No data No data No data No data No data No data
7 GI 4 H, silent soundless matte V 00220 12 s. N GI mp Min. C, O
8 GI 13/0.1, silent soundless matte V 10110 12 s. N GI mp C, O, mucus retention
9 N No 00000 20 s. N N N
10 GI Laryngitis posterior 25/10 H 10000 15 s. N GI C, O Laryngitis posterior
11 N No 00000 15 s N N N
12 GI 30/8 morning H cough 00000 18 s. N GI mp Min. C
13 No data No data No data No data No data No data No data
14 GI 37/10 00110 8 s. Enlarged rVsF covers rVF GI Oblique orientation of glottis. N
15 GI No V fatigue 00110 11 s. N GI mp. VF C C, O
16 N No 00100 5 s. N VF thickened, tremor Min. C, O
17 GI 38/4 00100 22 s. N GI mp C, O
18 GI No V fatigue 10000 5 s. N GI mp Min. C. As. r aryt. Moved forward
19 GI No data 00100 4 s. N GI mp N
  1. Table 3. GI - Glottal insufficiency; VF – vocal folds; VsF – vestibular folds; C – congestion; O - oedema; mp - middle part of the glottis; Min. – minimal; H – hoarseness; V – voice; r – right; N – normal, MPT –maximum phonation time