Allergy Induced Laryngitis

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Laryngitis is an inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the larynx (voice box), which is located in the upper part of the respiratory tract.

It causes hoarseness, and possibly a temporary loss of speech.

Laryngitis, an inflammation of the larynx, occurs in two forms. Acute, which lasts only a few days; and chronic, which persists over a period of weeks or months.

The most common symptom of either form is hoarseness that may, within several days, progress to partial or total loss of voice. Fever

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