Shoji, "Unilateral associated laryngeal paralysis
due to varicella-zoster virus: virus antibody testing and videofluoroscopic findings," Journal of Laryngology and Otology, vol.
These include myasthenia gravis (a neuromuscular disease caused by an inability of certain nerve receptors to function properly); nerve disorders associated with diabetes mellitus (in which the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin which is required for the body to efficiently process sugars, fats, and proteins); and laryngeal paralysis
associated with hypothyroidism.
Laryngospasm is a recognized complication of hypocalcemia; however, our patient had bilateral laryngeal paralysis
. She had been noted to have inspiratory laryngeal adduction on her examination prior to beginning esomeprazole, indicating that she had synkinetic reinnervation rather than complete denervation.
Any condition short of laryngeal paralysis
is not sufficient for return, nor is paralysis alone with no accompanying noise.
He doesn't get around too well anymore; he's deaf as a fence post, and besides aches and pains he suffers from laryngeal paralysis
. It's very hard for him to breathe, especially after he's up and moving about for a while.
Breed specific projects include granulomatous colitis in the Boxer, laryngeal paralysis
polyneuropathy in the Labrador Retriever, protein-losing enteropathy and protein-losing nephropathy in the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, and Scottie Cramp in the Scottish Terrier.
Unilateral laryngeal paralysis
can arise from many different causes.