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Lax True Vocal Cords in Age Related Dysphonia (Presbylarynges) Video- 10 sec
  
Presbylaryngeus - Lax Larynx
Lax True Vocal Cords
(left  false and true vocal cord
--top of picture)
    
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 This video shows the function of a
larynx with lax or weak vocal cords due to the normal aging process.  This patient did not smoke, he was 75 years old.  Note the small cyst in the patient's left vallecula.  The patient's voice for short periods may be normal (as illustrated by the short "Hear Voice" sound recording) but with extended use weakens. 

 

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