Vocal Cord Paralysis, Unilateral
Unilateral vocal cord paralysis is the neurogenic inability of one vocal cord to move. It is associated with weak voice of a degree that can vary between individuals. Symptoms may include one or more of the following:
- Weak, air-wasting dysphonia.
- Inability to be heard in noisy locations.
- A tendency of the voice to be somewhat stronger in the morning but to “fade” with use.
- A tendency to cough when drinking thin liquids.
Injection Laryngoplasty with Temporary Gel
Vocal Cord Paralysis
Vocal Cord Paralysis, Before and After Medialization
Extrusion of Vocal Cord Implant
Voice Gel for Immediate Help
TA + PCA-only Paresis
55 Years of Paralysis with Every Classic Finding
Medialization Laryngoplasty Typically Doesn’t Fix the LCA “Finding.”
Voice Gel Injection for Vocal Cord Paralysis
Posterior Commissure Synechiae
Injection Medialization for Vocal Fold Paresis
See an example of one variant of vocal fold paresis and how it limits the voice. Then watch a medialization procedure in which voice gel is injected into the vocal fold affected by paresis, and hear how the voice thereafter improves.