Our expert says:
You will need an ENT examination of the larynx to exclude anatomical abnormalities. If this reveals nothing, you may benefit from a CT of the neck to exclude other causes. Apossible cause may be found, but other possibilities may include uncontrolled silent reflux and globus pharyngeus. These are treatable, but require direct examination of the larynx to diagnose the problem.
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