Yes, epiglottis can be repaired using surgery. Swallowing is vital for life. We swallow hundreds of times a day, even while we are asleep. Swallowing involves the active participation of several muscles and nerves. Read more: Can the Epiglottis Be Repaired? Article
Multimedia: Slideshows, Images & Quizzes
Sore Throat or Strep Throat? How to Tell the Difference
Is this a sore throat or could it be strep throat? Your medical care depends on knowing if you have a viral infection or a...
Strep Throat: Symptoms and Treatments for this Contagious Condition
Strep throat symptoms in adult and kids may be accompanied by a fever, rash and may lead to more serious complications. Strep...
Picture of Strep Throat
Strep infection often produces a distinct pattern of white patches in the throat and on the tonsils, as well as red swollen...
Prevention & Wellness
Subscribe to MedicineNet's General Health Newsletter