Reinke's space
Reinke's space is a potential space between the vocal ligament and the overlying mucosa. It is not really an empty space, but contains cells, special fibers and extracellular matrix. It plays a key role in vibration of vocal cords. Edema of this space is called Reinke's edema.

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Reinke's edema - Wikipedia, the free…
Reinke's edema, also known as polypoid degeneration, is the swelling of the vocal folds due to fluid collection in superficial lamina propria of vocal folds (Reinke's ...
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Reinke's edema - National Institutes of…
Laryngoscopy revealed edematous vocal cords with diminished vibrations [Figure 1]. Ultrasonography of the neck showed a midline, solid, heterogeneous mass arising ...
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Voiceproblem.org: Reinke's Edema:…
Reinke's Edema "Swelling in Reinke's space"; a voice disorder from accumulation of gelatinous substance in Reinke's space Reinke's space or Superficial Lamina Propria
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Vocal Fold Nodules, Cysts, and Reinke's Edema - Eastern Virginia ...
Vocal fold nodules, vocal fold cysts, and Reinke's edema are different benign ... The most superficial layer of the lamina propria is called Reinke's space and ...
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Reinke's space - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reinke's space is a potential space between the vocal ligament and the overlying mucosa. It is not really an empty space, but contains cells, special fibers and ...
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Reinke space - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionary
ENT/surgical anatomy A potential space located between the internal elastic lamina of the thyroarytenoid–vocalis muscle and the external elastic lamina; RS is ...
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Reinke's space - The Free Dictionary
a. Mathematics A set of elements or points satisfying specified geometric postulates: non-Euclidean space. b. The infinite extension of the three- dimensional ...
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Reinke's space - Legal Dictionary - The Free Dictionary
Reinke edema is characterized by increased fibrin and vasculature, as well as accumulation of gelatinous fluid in Reinke's space (figure 2). Reinke edema: ...
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Reinke Space -- Medical Definition
Medical definition for the term 'Reinke space' ... 1. a potential space between the lamina propria and the external elastic lamina of the vocal fold. Edema in this ...
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Voiceproblem.org: Reinke's Edema: Understanding the Disorder
The superficial lamina propria or Reinke's space is not an empty space. It has a defined structure made up of cells, special fibers and substances made by cells.
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Reinke's space in science
Local Vascularized Flaps for Augmentation of Reinke's Space
Department of Surgery/Division of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery ( S.H.D., M.G., N.W.), University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, ...
Advances in our understanding of the Reinke space.
The University of Utah, Division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Department ... In this article, the present literature on the Reinke space in normal and ...
Microendoscopy of Reinke's Space - UIowa Wiki - University of Iowa
Jun 13, 2013 ... Microendoscopy of Reinke's space is a surgical procedure under development. It is an extension of the 'minithyrotomy' approach to Reinke's ...
Local Vascularized Flaps for Augmentation of Reinke's Space ...
Local Vascularized Flaps for Augmentation of Reinke's space ... Copyright © 2013 The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System.
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Abstract. The purpose of this study is to describe and test a novel surgical strategy for augmentation of Reinke's space using vascularized flaps: a thyroid ala ...
Reinke's edema - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... in diagnosis in some cases. Histology shows oedema of the Reinke's space. ... The Center for Voice at Northwestern University. Archived from the original on ...
Friedrich Berthold Reinke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reinke crystals, Reinke's space and Reinke's edema are named after him. ... Reinke began his medical studies in 1883 at the University of Goettingen and Kiel ...
Vocal folds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The fibroblasts in the newborn Reinke's space are immature, showing an ..... in Medicine and Biology, 53, 2667-2675 (2008); ^ Ingo Titze, University of Iowa.
Exudative lesions of Reinke's space: a terminology proposal. - ebsco
Title: Exudative lesions of Reinke's space: a terminology proposal. ... Department of Otorhinolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery of the University Hospital of ...
Implantation of Esterified Hyaluronic Acid in Microdissected Reinke's ...
Jan 3, 2009 ... This work was made possible thanks to a grant from University of Liège/CHU ... Esterified hyaluronic acid;; SLLP;; Reinke's space;; vocal fold ...
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Ear, Nose and Throat Histopathology
Ear, Nose and Throat Histopathology
Leslie Michaels, Henrik B. Hellquist, 2001
Reinke's space is a potential space of the true vocal cord bounded above and below by the junctions of squamous with respiratory epithelium, anteriorly by the anterior commissure, and posteriorly by the tip of the vocal process of the arytenoid ...
Essential Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery, Tenth Edition
Essential Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery, Tenth Edition
2012
The leading guide to otolaryngology – invaluable for board review or as a clinical refresher For more than four decades, K.J. Lee’s Essential Otolaryngology has been the premier international guide to otolaryngology. This classic reference delivers top-to-bottom coverage that spans the entire discipline and provides an easy, at-a-glance review of t...
Thieme Atlas of Anatomy: Neck and Internal Organs
Thieme Atlas of Anatomy: Neck and Internal Organs
Lawrence M. Ross, Edward D. Lamperti, 2006
Vocal ligament Vocalis Stratified, nonkeratinized squamous epithelium Reinke's space (loose connective tissue) Subglottic edema, ciliated respiratory epithelium Conus elasticus D Structure of the vocal fold Schematic coronal histologic ...
Clinical Voice Disorders
Clinical Voice Disorders
Arnold Elvin Aronson, 2009
Reinke's edema is often difficult to differentiate from other benign lesions arising from the superficial layer of the lamina propria because these so-called mass lesions all exhibit fluid accumulation in Reinke's space and are believed to originate ...
Handbook of Mammalian Vocalization: An Integrative ...
Handbook of Mammalian Vocalization: An Integrative ...
Stefan M Brudzynski, 2009
SLLP, Reinke's space Epithelium (0.05mm) (0.3 - 0.5mm) Intermediate layer Deep layer Vocal muscle Epithelium SLLP, Reinke's space Cover Lamina propria Intermediate layer Deep layer Vocal muscle Body membrane. The muscle fibers ...
Histology and Cell Biology: An Introduction to Pathology
Histology and Cell Biology: An Introduction to Pathology
Abraham L Kierszenbaum, 2011
Histology and Cell Biology: An Introduction to Pathology uses a wealth of vivid, full-color images to help you master histology and cell biology. Dr. Abraham L. Kierszenbaum presents an integrated approach that correlates normal histology with cellular and molecular biology, pathology, and clinical medicine throughout the text. A unique pictorial a...
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Reinke's space
Medical Eponyms with Explanations: 54 - Reinke's crystals, Reinke's space and Reinke's oedema
Reinke's crystals are rod-shaped crystals in the interstitial cells of the testis and hilus cells of the ovary . Reinke's space is seen in chronic laryngitis with swelling of the membranous part of the vocal cords .
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Examining the Cross Section of the Vocal Cords – Nodo News
When described casually, most people say ''vocal cords.'' The proper medical reference term is actually, ''vocal folds." Vocal folds are composed of mucosa tissue and muscle tissue. Also known as, vocal cords mucosa and vocal cord muscles. The vocal cord mucosa is covered by stratified squamous non-keratinizing epithelium. Well, let me say a little-know information.…
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ENT World- Diseases Of The Ear, Nose and Throat: Reinke’s Oedema: Causes, Features, Treatment
It is bilateral symmetrical swelling of the whole ofmembanous part of the vocal cords, most often seen inmiddle-aged men and women. This is due to oedema ofthe subepithelial space (Reinke's space) of the vocalcords.
earnosethroatclinic.blogspot.com/2010/12/reinkes-oedema-causes-features.html
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Understanding Phonomicrosurgery
Overview | Understanding Phonomicrosurgery | How It’s Done |Indications |Strategies | The Patient’s Role Key Glossary Terms Phonomicrosurgery: (phono + micro + surgery) Highly specialized surgery to improve voice (phonosurgery) using microsurgical techniques and highly magnified views (microsurgery) in order to provide microscopic detail Superficial Lamina Propria: (“Reinke’s space”) Top layer of the laminae propria that plays a key role in vocal fold vibration; loosely structured; located just underneath the cell lining (epithelium) covering the vocal fold Glossary What is phonomicrosurgery? Phonomicrosurgery is a key surgical treatment for certain voice disorders. Phonomicrosurgeryvoice improvement Surgery to improve or restore voice Microsurgerymicroscopic scale Surgical procedures performed through an operating microscope using specialized microsurgical instruments Phonomicrosurgeryphonosurgery + microsurgery Microsurgical techniques applied to phonosurgery Use of an operative microscope allows highly magnified views of the fine layers of the vocal folds Microsurgical instruments allow surgical manipulation of delicate structures of the vocal folds while minimizing damage to surrounding normal tissue Accessing the Voice Box Through a Laryngoscope Phonomicrosurgery is usually performed through a rigid tube called a laryngoscope that is inserted through the mouth.
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Figure 1. True vocal cord cyst at low magnification. Like a child looking at clouds, when pathologists look at tissue samples too long, apparently they sta
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