Etiology, pathophysiology, treatment choices, and voice results for unilateral adductor vocal fold paralysis: a 3-year retrospective.

@article{Kelchner1999EtiologyPT,
  title={Etiology, pathophysiology, treatment choices, and voice results for unilateral adductor vocal fold paralysis: a 3-year retrospective.},
  author={Lisa N Kelchner and Joseph C. Stemple and E Gerdeman and W Le Borgne and Stewart Adam},
  journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={592-601}
}
Unilateral vocal fold paralysis is now considered a common disorder seen in the practice of otolaryngology and voice pathology. Concern first is for the accurate diagnosis of the associated etiology in an efficient and thorough fashion. When etiology has been determined the focus of treatment becomes the management of the presenting symptoms, which typically include dysphonia and dysphagia. A retrospective study was conducted reviewing the records of 117 patients with unilateral adductor vocal… CONTINUE READING

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