vocal cord


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The global vocal cord paralysis market is expected to exhibit a 3.8% CAGR from 2018 to 2023 (forecast period), as per the latest report by Market Research Future (MRFR) owing to prevalence of brain disorders.
According to the study, tobacco-induced vocal cord cancer takes years/decades to develop.
A needle canal is created on the thyroid lamina for the upper stitch (stitch above the vocal cord) at the previously measured point [Figure 2]A: a].
Reinke's edema (RE) can be defined as unilateral or bilateral pale whitish swelling of the true vocal cords, which are filled with fluid and are mobile during phonation.
Vocal cord paresis results from injury to the ipsilateral recurrent laryngeal nerve, a branch of the vagus, at any point along its course, with resulting dysphonia.
Keywords: Etiology, Iatrogenic, Idiopathic, Vocal cord paralysis.
medication for hyperacidity and reflux, or surgery for swellings on the vocal cords, if necessary.
Unilateral vocal cord palsy (UVCP) is a complication of thyroidectomy; however, it is not solely caused by recurrent laryngeal nerve injury.
Upon ear, nose, and throat evaluation with direct laryngoscopy, the vocal cords were found in the paramedian position with limited movements suggesting bilateral abductor vocal cord palsy.
Singer Adele has cancelled the last two sell-out shows of her world tour due to take place at London's Wembley Stadium this weekend after damaging her vocal cords.
Bilateral vocal cord paralysis usually occurs as an effect of operations and reoperations of malignant thyroid gland tumors, because of the close anatomical connection [5, 6].
Initial examination revealed severe vocal cord polyps and she underwent emergency debridement.
Severe microscopic polyangiitis with unilateral vocal cord paralysis as initial manifestation
The commonly encountered benign lesions of the larynx are vocal cord polyps, vocal nodules, tuberculosis of larynx, laryngocele, laryngeal web, epiglottic cysts, and subglottic hemangioma.