Microlaryngeal surgery is a minimally invasive procedure used to biopsy or removes abnormal growths, such as granulomas or benign cysts, in the larynx. It is usually performed to correct voice disorders or to diagnose or treat laryngeal cancer. The majority of microscopic voice surgery procedures, though performed on an outpatient basis, are performed under general anesthesia to minimize the danger of gagging or breathing problems. Patients who undergo Microlaryngeal surgery typically recover more quickly than patients who undergo more traditional laryngeal surgery. They also have a superior outcome in terms of voice quality.