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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
BACKGROUND Laryngeal injuries following intubation have a reported incidence from 63 to 94% and permanent sequelae are reported to be about 10 to 22% in the world literature. While several studies assessing the laryngeal complications are available in Western populations, minimal data is available in the literature regarding Indian population. AIM The aim of this study is to evaluate laryngeal lesions in patients after prolonged intubation (>24 hrs.), to correlate these lesions with thedoi:10.14260/jemds/2016/1350 fatcat:cb6pauy3bjaedjvljionw3a234