Laryngeal photography is useful for the documentation and teaching of clinical findings and for the teaching of microsurgical techniques. Excellent photographs can be obtained by the nonexpert photographer during microscopic laryngoscopy using commercially available films, still and movie cameras, beam splitters, and Zeiss microscope attachments with moderate expenditure.
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