About Dr Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar

Dr Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar

VOICE SURGEON

- M.B.B.S.; D.O.R.L.; M.S.(ENT)
- Laryngologist & Voice Surgeon, Bombay Hospital
- Former Associate Professor (Sion Hospital)
- President, Association of Phonosurgeons of India (2013-2016)

Meet Dr Nupur

Bombay Hospital
Room 213, 2nd floor, New wing
12, New Marine lines,
Mumbai- 400 020. Maharashtra. India
Tel.: +91 22 22067676 Ext. 777.

Clinic: +91 22 23868344

Dr. Nupur Nerurkar's Blog

International Publications

F. Espitalier, A. Fanous, J. Aviv, S. Bassiouny, G. Desuter, N. Nerurkar, G. Postma, L. Crevier-Buchman, "International consensus (ICON) on assessment of oropharyngeal dysphagia" European Annals of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck diseases 135 (2018) S17–S21

Nupur Nerurkar, Shalaka Shevale, "Anatomical course of the thyroarytenoid branch of the recurrent laryngeal nerve," The Laryngoscope, DOI: 10.1002/Lary- 27491

Sphenoid Sinus Mucocoele with Unilateral Blindness

Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology

Mucoceles of the sphenoid sinus are rare and may frequently remain undiagnosed until symptoms due to compression of surrounding structures set in. In such cases, the optic nerve, because of its close proximity to the sphenoid sinus, is at risk, and pressure exerted by the mucocele may result in visual impairment. A case of a sphenoid sinus mucocele with sudden-onset unilateral blindness as the only presenting symptom has been described. Early diagnosis and prompt surgical intervention enabled the vision to be restored completely.
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Lacrimal Sac Rhinosporidiosis: a case report

American Journal of Otolaryngology

Rhinosporidiosis is a disease caused by Rhinosporidium seeberi. It usually affects the nasal mucosa and rarely the conjunctiva, lacrimal sac, tonsils, and skin. We present a case study of an isolated lacrimal sac rhinosporidiosis in an 8-year-old girl who was a migrant from Orissa, an Eastern coastal state of India. The mode of presentation and management of this case with a review of literature is discussed in brief.
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A Vascular Ring Variant

The British Journal of Radiology

We present the case of an unusual vascular ring in a 23-year-old male patient who presented for CT examination of the chest for diagnostic work up for unilateral vocal cord palsy. Contrast-enhanced CT revealed the left common carotid artery to be arising from the ascending part of a retrotracheal arch of aorta and traversing anterior to the trachea in the retromanubrial space.
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Vocal Outcomes in Subepithelial Infiltration Technique

Journal of Otolaryngology.

Understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the vocal folds, availability of better diagnostic tools and precise instruments has spurred the development of newer techniques for the management of benign lesions arising in the vocal folds. As the propensity of the superficial lamina propria to regenerate is minimal, it is of paramount importance to maximally preserve it. Microflap surgery of the vocal folds is based on this principle.
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Thyroid Cartilage Fracture

Arch Otolaryngoly. Head Neck Surg

 

Solitary Extra medullary Plasmacytoma of Larynx

Australian Journal Of Otolaryngology, June 2005. Vol 8. No. 1

Atlas of Phonomicrosurgery

By Dr Nupur Nerurkar

ISBN 978-93-5270-224-4

Our voice is integral to our personality and serves in a way as our signature.In today's world, communication is playing an even greater role with the variety of professional voice users encompassing actors, disc jockeys, radio jockey's, news commentators besides of course singers...