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PROCEDURE: The patient was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion. Examination of the vocal chords in a sitting position revealed a poly-poid growth in front of the left false vocal cord with erythematous base and yellow colored tip. Vocal cord appeared normal with normal motion and without lesions.

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PROCEDURE: The patient was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion. Examination of the vocal chords in a sitting position, revealed a polypoid growth in front of the left false vocal cord, with erythematous base and yellow-colored tip. Vocal cord appeared normal, with normal motion, and without lesions.
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2 view x-rays taken here today of his right hand showed changes consistent with osteoarthritis. There was mild joint narrowing of the D.I.P. joints, incidentally, no comment was made about any erosions or changes in his MCP joints. Multiple imaging scans again have shown metastatic disease to the ribs, pelvis, and femoral, head, as well.

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Two view x-rays were taken today of his right hand; showed changes consistent with osteoarthritis. There was mild joint narrowing of the DIP joints, incidentally, no comment was made about any erosions or changes in his MCP joints. Multiple imaging scans again have shown metastatic disease to the ribs, pelvis, femoral, and head as well.

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    PROCEDURE: The patient was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion. Examination of the vocal chords in a sitting position<~~Were the vocal chords in a sitting position?, revealed a polypoid growth in front of the left false vocal cord, with erythematous base and yellow-colored tip. Vocal cord appeared normal, with normal motion, and without lesions.

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    Two-view x-rays were taken today of his right hand which showed changes consistent with osteoarthritis. There was mild joint narrowing of the DIP joints, incidentally,<~~run-on; unclear how "incidentally" fits in here no comment was made about any erosions or changes in his MCP joints. Multiple imaging scans again have shown metastatic disease to the ribs, pelvis, femoral, and head as well.

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