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Lax Vocal Cords in Age Related Dysphonia (Presbylarynges) Video- 109 sec
  
Bowed Vocal Cords in a Pateint with Presbylarynges
Presbylarynges (Lax Larynx)
Note the Bowed Vocal Cords
During Phonation
    
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This video shows the function of a
larynx with lax or weak true vocal cords due to the normal aging process (presbylarynges).  This patient is a 72 year old male who had a 60 pack year history of smoking but had not smoked for over 10 years.  The patient's voice was persistently weak. 


  

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