Vocal Cord Paralysis - Uncompensated Paramedian Position of Vocal Cords
Vocal Cord Paralysis
 
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Left True Vocal Cord Abductor Paralysis - ( 29 sec )
  

Paralysis of the Left
True Vocal Cord
   
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Left vocal cord paralysis  (
Abductor Muscle - Raspy Voice) This video shows the function of the true vocal cords.  In a patient with a left non-compensated abductor paralysis.  The left true vocal cord is in a paramedian position, but not midline.  The voice is weak and hoarse


   

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