In our future experiment, lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
or arytenoid muscle would be stimulated to generate adduction of paralyzed vocal fold.
Direct pull of lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
for unilateral vocal cord paralysis.
In addition, botulinum toxin injection into the lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
is helpful in some patients.
The muscular process is the insertion point of the posterior and lateral cricoarytenoid muscles
. The posterior cricoarytenoid muscle is the single abductor t of the vocal fold, and the lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
s contributes to adduction in concert with the action of the thyroarytenoid muscle.
Botulinum toxin was injected into the right lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
. The patient healed well and has had no further difficulty.
 The third motor branch innervates the lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
(LCA), passing through it to terminate in the thyroarytenoid muscle (TA).
 This is in contrast to other evidence that suggests that fast-twitch fibers in the thyroarytenoid and lateral cricoarytenoid muscles
are reinnervated more rapidly and to a greater degree than slow-twitch fibers.