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with gastroesophageal reflux disease in children: a prospective study. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg., 2001;127(4):369-374. 15. Hanson D.G., Jiang J.J. - Diagnosis and management of chronic laryngitis associated with reflux. Am J Med., 2000;108 Suppl 4a:112S-119S. 16. Habermann W., Eherer A., Lindbichler F., Raith J., Friedrich G. - Ex juvantibus approach for chronic posterior laryngitis: results of short-term pantoprazole therapy. J Laryngol Otol., 1999;113(8):734-739. 17. Havas T.E., Priestley J., Lowinger D.S. - A management strategy for vocal process granuloma

6 5.8 7 5.3 PVU=professional voice users, Levels I-III; NPVU=non-professional voice users, Level IV Table 2 The comparison of the type of lesion in patients with vocal fold lesionswith regard to their vocal load at work. PVU (N=103) NPVU (N=132) Lesion type Number of cases Percentage (%) Number of cases Percentage (%) P Polyp 38 36.9 61 46.2 0.193 Reinke’s edema 33 32.0 38 28.8 0.590 Laryngeal papillomatosis 12 11.7 7 5.3 0.076 Vocal nodules 9 8.7 9 6.8 0.780 Cyst 5 4.9 10 7.6 0.390 Chronic laryngitis 4 3.9 5 3.8 0.970 Granuloma 2 1.9 2 1.5 0.800 PVU