Intro; Preface; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Understanding and Recognizing LPR; Chapter 1: Laryngopharyngeal Reflux; References; Chapter 2: The Approach to a Patient with Suspected Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease (LPRD); Typical Symptoms and Clinical Presentation; Irritative Symptoms; Voice Changes; Disordered Swallowing; Relationship to Esophageal Reflux Symptoms; Alternative and Contributing Causes in the Evaluation of LPR Symptoms (Covered in More Detail in Chap. 3 as Well); Diagnostic Evaluation; Empiric Treatment with Acid Suppression; Reflux Symptom Index (RSI)
Flexible Laryngoscopy and the Reflux Finding Score (RFS)Trans-nasal Endoscopy (TNE) and Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD); Manometry; Measuring Acid in the Esophagus and Pharynx; Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance and pH (MII-pH) Testing and Hypopharyngeal-Esophageal Impedance with Dual pH Testing (HEMII-PH); Salivary Pepsin; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Commonly Confused Conditions; Introduction; Upper Airway: Nasal and Sinus Disorders; Nasal; Sinus; Laryngeal Disorders; Chronic Laryngitis; Muscle Tension Dysphonia and Excessive Voice Use; Anxiety and Habitual Throat Clearing
Swallowing Disorders and DysphagiaNeoplasm; Environmental Irritants; Conclusion; References; Part II: Treatment Options for LPR; Chapter 4: Lifestyle and Dietary Modifications; Introduction; Diet; Weight Loss; Exercise; Smoking and Alcohol; Position; Age; Alternative Treatments; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Medical Management of LPR; Introduction; Lifestyle Modifications; Proton-Pump Inhibitors; Prokinetics; GABAB Agonists: Baclofen; H2RAs; Alginates; Neuromodulators; Endoscopic Therapies for Managing Reflux; Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication
Radiofrequency Delivery to the Lower Esophageal SphincterEndoscopic Anterior Fundoplication; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Surgical Management of Reflux; Introduction; Clinical Presentation of GERD; Diagnostic Workup; Studies to Confirm the Diagnosis of GERD; Studies to Rule Out Motility Disorders; Studies to Define Esophagogastric Anatomy; Management; Indications and Contraindications of Antireflux Surgery (Table 6.1); Surgical Technique; Total Versus Partial Fundoplication; Abdominal Versus Thoracic Approach; Open Versus Laparoscopic Surgery; Primary Versus Mesh Reinforced Repair
When and How to Perform an Esophageal Lengthening ProcedureTechnique of Antireflux Surgery (ARS); Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery (RALS) Technique; Technique of RALS; Thoracotomy Technique; Postoperative Care; Outcome and Complications; Reoperative Fundoplication; Emerging Surgical Therapies for GERD; References; Chapter 7: The Role of Voice Therapy in Treating Symptoms of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux; Introduction; The Background of Voice Therapy; The SLP Assessment; General Treatment Approaches and Considerations; Voice Therapy and LPR-Related Symptoms
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