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Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis

Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis: Overview, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and More | Singapore General Hospital

Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis - How to prevent?

Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis - Causes and Risk Factors

  • Tumours pressing on the nerve that controls vocal fold movement (e.g. cancers of the thyroid, lung, esophagus and nasopharynx).
  • Injury of the nerve that controls vocal fold movement (e.g. during thyroid and chest surgeries; following radiation therapy to the neck; or neck injury).
  • Neurologic conditions such as a stroke.

Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis - Preparing for surgery

Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis - Post-surgery care

Voice Disorders - Vocal Fold Paralysis - Other Information

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