Evaluative Procedures

Worried that something is wrong with your throat, tonsils, thyroid or vocal cords? Our ENT physicians at Camino are equipped to assess any disease or condition of the throat using procedures such as:

Laryngoscopy

A laryngoscopy is an assessment procedure that lets your otolaryngologist look at the back of your throat, your voice box (larynx) and your vocal cords with a tool called a laryngoscope. There are two types: indirect laryngoscopy and direct fiber-optic laryngoscopy.

Videostroboscopy

Laryngeal videostroboscopy is a video endoscopic procedure that uses a stroboscopic light source to allow your ENT physician to see your vocal folds. It lets us evaluate the vibratory patterns of the vocal fold mucosa, vocal fold physiology and detailed vocal fold anatomy/pathology, allowing for accurate diagnoses of many conditions.