Chronic catarrhal laryngitis

Chronic catarrhal laryngitis

Clinical picture

    • Hoarseness of voice
    • Voice fatigue
    • Changing the timbre of the voice and its transition to rough, weak and low-pitched.

Laryngoscopy (indirect)

    • Hyperemia and congestive swelling of the mucous membrane of the larynx
    • Chronic catarrhal laryngitis, associated with cervical muscular pathology, is accompanied by the presence of tension in the anterior cervical muscles and their soreness, the formation of painful seals (triggers) in the musculo-ligamentous apparatus of the larynx.


  • Elimination of the etiological factor
  • Reduced voice load
  • Infusion into the larynx of a mixture consisting of 150,000 IU of benzylpenicillin sodium salt, 250,000 IU of streptomycin, 25 mg of hydrocortisone, 4 ml of 0.9% NaCl solution, 2 ml 1-2 r / day for 10 days
  • With viscous mucus, hydrocortisone can be replaced with 25 mg of chymopsin
  • Daily inhalations of 2% oil solution of citral 1-2 r / day for 10 days
  • Climatotherapy.

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