Thyroidectomy
True Vocal Cord Paralysis From Recurrent Papillary Carcinoma
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Left True Vocal Cord Paralysis
Recurrent Papillary Carcinoma ( Thyroid Cancer ) of the Larynx
( 68 sec )
  
Left Vocal Cord Paralysis From Recurrent Papillary Carcinoma
Paralysis of the Left
True Vocal Cord
   
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This video shows the function  of a
larynx with a left true vocal cord paralysis in a 89 year old female with recurrent papillary carcinoma.  The patient had a total thyroidectomy performed 2 1/2 years ago.  During the initial surgery, cancer was stripped off the left recurrent laryngeal nerve.  The patient had a Stage III carcinoma.  She received initial I-131 treatment and then was lost to follow-up. 


   

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