Med’s Claudio Milstein talks about the laryngopharyngeal reflux

Frequently overlooked, ‘silent reflux’ is treatable once diagnosed
The Washington PostClaudio Milstein, professor of otolaryngology at the School of Medicine, discussed laryngopharyngeal reflux, which can cause people to have a hoarse voice, cough and difficulty swallowing. “If the voice gets very hoarse, it can affect [the patient’s] ability to work sometimes,” Milstein said.