Stroboscopy will show stiff vocal folds
, a reduced mucosal wave, poor vibratory function of the vocal fold
, and glottic insufficiency.
MTP II: the presence of at least a 50% medialization of the false vocal folds
in relation to the distance between the middle part of the false vocal folds
We had to obtain the adequate size that the compliance space between the thyroid lamina and the TA muscle allowed for the redesigned implant stuffing and free vocal fold
Results of our observations have shown that there is no need for urgent surgical intervention in nodules and other pathologies of vocal folds
Although there is one description of dyspnea due to a unilateral vocal fold
paralysis published (Laccourreye et al.
When one makes the decision to talk, the vocal folds
come together in the midline.
When at rest, the vocal folds
are open to allow an individual to breathe.
A common cause of hoarseness in older adults is gastroesophageal reflux, when stomach acid comes up the swallowing tube (esophagus) and irritates the vocal folds
All patients received one treatment with Radiesse, which was injected into the affected vocal fold
to modify the larynx and cause the vocal folds
to meet at midline.
The stretching of the vocal folds
strengthens the vocal ligament for better control of, and access to, high pitches.
She had been told by her local otolaryngologist that she had a paralyzed vocal fold
, and computed tomography of the neck with contrast had been negative.
The same is true of roars by lions and tigers, and, like babies, their vocal folds
(commonly called vocal cords) are "very loose and gel-like" and vibrate irregularly to make roars sound rough, Titze says.