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Treatment of Laryngeal Cancer - Partial Cordectomy (40 sec)
  
 
Larynx Function After a Cordectomy
 
12 years after a partial cordectomy on the left
true vocal cord note the failure of the vocal cords to approximate each other because of the defect in the left true vocal cord  (left  true vocal cord--right side of picture)
   
   
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This video shows the function of a
larynx after removal of part of left true vocal cord and treatment with radiation therapy twelve years ago.  This patient was 70 years old male and had a 50  pack year history of smoking.  Learn More About Larynx Cancer  

 

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