paralysis

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Video-assisted left partial arytenoidectomy by diode laser photoablation for treatment of canine laryngeal paralysis.
Kotby [4] has divided the causes of laryngeal paralysis into central and peripheral, and the peripheral causes can be further divided into idiopathic, cancerous, surgical, traumatic, post-intubation because of chest diseases and others.
Snoring can also be caused by laryngeal paralysis (loss of function or feeling in one or both of the vocal folds) in large-breed dogs.
Your veterinarian may want to check for upper respiratory problems such as laryngeal paralysis or dysfunction, collapsing/collapsed trachea, nasal or throat growths, pneumonia, lung tumors, infections, or complications that can lead to blockage of the nasal passages.
As a last comment, if the laryngeal paralysis is corrected surgically, the dog's voice will be altered.
The patient was a 50-year-old woman with bilateral laryngeal paralysis and hypoparythyroidism resulting from a thyroidectomy performed more than 30 years previously.
Rudi has laryngeal paralysis, a condition which reduces the size of the opening to the windpipe.
Any condition short of laryngeal paralysis is not sufficient for return, nor is paralysis alone with no accompanying noise.