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The development of endolaryngeal surgery has been paramount to the treatment of voice and other laryngeal disorders. Endolaryngeal techniques enable the surgeon to operate bimanually under high-power magnification with use of the operating microscope. The surgeon also has the capability to use an armamentarium of specialized instrumentation, including delicate microinstruments and lasers to treat the larynx transorally. The development of a variety of laryngoscopes and techniques has facilitated successful exposure of the vocal folds even in the most challenging anatomical cases. All in all, endolaryngeal surgery allows for precise surgical control to handle the delicate structure of the vocal folds and provide minimally invasive techniques to manage other laryngeal pathology.
From its inception, the Journal of Voice has delivered numerous articles providing historical perspective on the development of endolaryngeal surgery, advances and innovations of surgical techniques, and objective evaluation of surgical results. As one peruses the references listed, one will see a cornucopia of articles written by the world’s leading laryngologists, collaborating with eminent voice pathologists and scientists, emphasizing the collaborative nature of the field. Although it is the Journal of Voice, the list is not limited to treatment relevant only to voice disorders. Rather, you will discover articles pertaining to other laryngeal disorders, particularly, airway and malignancy.
The basic principles of microlaryngeal surgery have not changed significantly over the last thirty years. One can enjoy early discussions of the surgical management of voice disorders from the likes of Sataloff, Gould, Hirano, Vaughan, and others as far back as journals from the late eighties and recognize the foundation of our specialty. Articles pertaining to the refinement of techniques, new applications, the recognition of limitations in our approaches, and the advances in technology can all be found in the list below. Much of what we now accept as rote was at one point novel. Hopefully, review of these references will stimulate creative minds to continue to advance our field.