Voice quality following laryngeal reinnervation by ansa hypoglossi transfer.

@article{Crumley1986VoiceQF,
  title={Voice quality following laryngeal reinnervation by ansa hypoglossi transfer.},
  author={Roger L. Crumley and Krzysztof Izdebski},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={1986},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={611-6}
}
Recurrent laryngeal nerve injury resulting in chronic unilateral vocal fold paralysis has been treated traditionally by implantation of various materials into the paralyzed vocal fold. Although the usage of these techniques, especially Teflon-glycerin paste injection, has been clinically established, they do not restore full functionality to the larynx (abduction, adduction, and vibratory synchronization of the vocal folds). Restoration of these functions, necessary for improved phonation, has… CONTINUE READING