True Vocal Cord Paralysis, Kevin Kavanagh
Vocal Cord Polyp - Kevin Kavanagh
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Bilateral Larynx Polyps ( 45 sec )
  

 
True Vocal Cord Polyps of the Larynx
Bilateral True Vocal Cord Polyps
 
Appearance of Larynx After Removal of True Vocal Cord Polyps
Post-Op Appearance of Larynx
 

   
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This video is from a 44 year old female patient with a 30 pack year history of smoking
.  She has had a hoarse voice for over a year.  On endoscopy she has large vocal cord polyps.  Notice how thin the overlying mucosa is and the clear gelatinous material in the polyps allow visualization of the vocalis tendon. 


   

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