Angus Wilkinson

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Transient voice change associated with endotracheal intubation has generally been attributed to vocal fold trauma. To assess the role of altered vocal fold function in transient voice change, a study was designed to evaluate the audioacoustic, endoscopic, and laryngostroboscopic characteristics of the postintubation voice. Vocal function of 10 patients(More)
The title of this review can be interpreted in two ways, reflecting the stage of development of knowledge regarding the neuromuscular events during short duration stretching of normal muscle. If current scientific theories are accepted as the truth, then the truth needs to be stretched a little to explain the findings from clinical trials in normal human(More)
The electrophysiologic and histologic effects of the Bard Argon Beam Coagulator (ABC) were investigated in the New Zealand White rabbit. Thirty-four rabbits were divided into three groups. Controls underwent simple femoral exploration and closure. The remaining rabbits' femoral nerves were spot coagulated with either the ABC or standard electrosurgical unit(More)
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