Percutaneous Injection Laryngoplasty is a new method developed to
improve the operating procedures using electromyogram.
Electromyogram was tested approximately 1000 times on animals,
then operated officially in 1997.
Clinical studies were presented to the National Learned Society
(4th Korean Otolaryngology General Learned Society Presentation 1998),
as well as to the International one (2nd East Asian Orthopedic
Learned Society), and it was also presented at the 32nd American
Voice Learned Society in Philadelphia on June 8th 2003
(The Voice Foundation's 32nd Annual Symposium).
1. General anesthesia is not necessary.
2. It only takes about fifteen to twenty minutes operation.
3. Treatment is possible irrespective of health condition of the patient.
4. Hospitalization is not required.
5. Incision is not required.
6. Different treatments are available through different drugs in
accordance with the patient's condition.
7. Insertion in the right area is possible depending on the illness of patients.
1. High cost medical appliances are required.
2. Knowledge and experience on electromyogram is needed.
3. Requires high level of technique and experience.