Garcia himself, the inventor of the laryngoscope, soon modified his first claims as to its value in vocal culture.
Still, as before said, the laryngoscope does not reveal all the secrets of voice-production.
But when the laryngoscope is brought into use, then comes a revelation.
Czermak mentions it first in his observations with the laryngoscope.
We congratulate Herr Behnke upon the patience and perseverance with which he has pursued his investigations with the laryngoscope.
The laryngoscope should not, in fact, leave the hands of the physician.
Interest in the mechanics of the voice continued to be almost entirely academic until the invention of the laryngoscope in 1855.
Shows the larynx as it may be seen only by the use of the laryngoscope.
He did not examine me with the stethoscope or the laryngoscope.
People usually have some such difficulty the first time they submit to examination with the laryngoscope.
laryngoscope la·ryn·go·scope (lə-rĭng'gə-skōp', -rĭn'jə-)
A tubular endoscope that is inserted through the mouth and into the larynx and that is used for examining the interior of the larynx.