Yale Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry describes psychosis as “having trouble distinguishing what’s real from what’s not real.” Episodes can take the form of hallucinations: “hearing, seeing, feeling or tasting something that isn’t really present in the environment,” or beliefs that someone is trying to control your thoughts.
Surgeries for Upper Aero-Digestive Tract
Patients with benign upper aero-digestive tract lesions such as polyps, nodules and cysts can benefit from surgery. For vocal fold paralysis, there are several surgical procedures that can provide a better voice. While many conditions can be treated with medicine and therapy, others require surgery.