Use of laryngeal muscular tenotomy for bilateral midline vocal cord fixation.

Abstract

As experience has increased in the treatment of bilateral vocal cord fixation, a significant and fundamental refinement in the concept of repair has evolved. By the use of selective tenotomy of the interarytenoid and thyroarytenoid muscles, the arytenoid and the vocal cord can be made to move away from the midline and thus open the glottis. This has allowed… (More)

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@article{Rontal1994UseOL, title={Use of laryngeal muscular tenotomy for bilateral midline vocal cord fixation.}, author={Michael Rontal and Eugene Rontal}, journal={The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology}, year={1994}, volume={103 8 Pt 1}, pages={583-9} }