Not directly. But I could catch a cold, which could cause laryngitis.
Of course you can. Laryngitis is a virus, noone is immune to any virus.
Laryngitis - Glee - was created on 2010-05-11.
My cat has laryngitis too and we are going to take it to the vet and get the best answer from them.
If you contract whatever disease he's got that caused the issue, yes.. also if you yell at him for too long, you may lose your voice =)
Laryngitis is a swelling of the throat caused by an infection :D!!! My First answer OMG!!!
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon directed the Laryngitis episode of Glee. This was his first episode that he has directed. The Laryngitis episode was written by the creator Ryan Murphy.
ICD 9 CM Code for Acute Laryngitis- 464.00 ICD 9 CM Code for Chronic Laryngitis- 476.0
This is also known as laryngitis, Laryngitis is usually caused by a virus or occurs in people who overuse their voice. Occasionally, a person may develop laryngitis from bacterial infections, and rarely, from infections such as tuberculosis,syphilis, or a fungal infection.
Laryngitis is an inflammation of the tissues of the larynx which is part of the respiratory system.
You can eat any food when you have laryngitis. There is no food you can't eat.
Laryngitis is caused by the inflammation of the vocal cords, causing hoarseness or loss of voice.
No, alveolar elasticity would not directly lead to laryngitis or influenza.