Gelfoam Injection as a Treatment for Temporary Vocal Fold Paralysis

@article{Cokun2003GelfoamIA,
  title={Gelfoam Injection as a Treatment for Temporary Vocal Fold Paralysis},
  author={Hamdi Hakan Coşkun and Clark A Rosen},
  journal={ENT Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={82},
  pages={352 - 353}
}
tions were suggested on an asneeded basis . However, the patient was lost to follow-up for 6 months. When she did return, examination revealed that her vocal fold mobility was normal, and laryngovideostroboscopy revealed that her mucosal waves were normal bilaterally (figure 3). Nevertheless, examination also detected muscle tension dysphonia, and the patient underwent two sessions of voice therapy . Thereafter, her examination findings were completely normal ; and she reported a normal voice… CONTINUE READING

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