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Hoarseness

Hoarseness, also known as laryngitis, is a condition that results from inflammation of the voice box that results in a rough, croaking voice. Hoarseness is commonly associated with upper respiratory infections (the common cold). Laryngitis is a temporary condition that often affects people who overuse their voices by extended singing, speaking or shouting.
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