Vocal Cord Paralysis of the Larynx
Vocal Cord Paralysis
 
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Left True Vocal Cord Abductor Paralysis - ( 29 sec )
  
True Vocal Cord Paralysis - Voice Box
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 a larynx from a 35 year old white female with a left true vocal cord paralysis.  The paralysis occurred after the removal of a mediastinal mass involving the aortic arch.  Note that the cord is lateral (away from the midline of the larynx) and bowed.  The voice is hoarse but only mildly weakness is present since the patient has partially compensated. 

Play to Hear Patient's Voice:    




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