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8 November 2011, 07:51 | Updated: 8 November 2011, 08:35
The 'Rolling In The Deep' star has received laser surgery in America.
Adele is set to make a full after having an operation on her throat in America.
The '21' singer underwent laser microsurgery in Massachusetts on Monday (8th November) in an attempt to repair vocals chords that have triggered repeat hemorrhaging.
The problem has caused Adele to cancel her remaining UK and US tour dates and all promotional duties for the rest of 2011.
Dr. Steven M. Zeitels, director of Massachusetts General Hospital's Voice Center, said in a statement that he "expects Adele to make a full recovery from her laser microsurgery".
The doctor has previously treated other singers with similar voice problems, including Aerosmith's Steve Tyler, according to Rolling Stone.
Adele's second album '21' was released earlier this year and topped the album charts on both sides of the Atlantic.
Last month, a spokesperson for Adele rubbished internet rumours about the 'Someone Like You' singer's health problems.
"All reports regarding any other condition are 100% false," they added.