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In recent reports, SCPL was shown to allow excellent local control rates ranging from 94 to 98.2 % at 5 years in cases of T1-T2 glottic carcinoma with extension to the anterior commissure (5-8).
It is generally agreed that SCPL results in severe swallowing dysfunction, most notably aspiration, but eventual return to oral nutrition in most cases (9).
In addition, posterior and lateral cricoarytenoid muscle preservation with normal recurrent laryngeal nerve function during SCPL can be beneficial for neoglottic functions postoperatively.