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UVCPUnilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis (medical condition)
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Two cases showed unilateral vocal cord paralysis; one fully recovered after 6 months, while the other showed lateral vocal paralysis and were treated with a tracheotomy.
Influence of aging and sex on voice parameters in patients with unilateral vocal cord paralysis. Laryngoscope.
Unilateral vocal cord paralysis needs treatment only if it causes dysphonia or risk of aspiration in patients with respiratory compromise.
Bilateral or unilateral vocal cord paralysis (VCP), implying vocal fold immobility, can present as dysphonia, loss of the upper register of the voice, hoarseness, breathiness, throat pain, choking episodes, or decreased vocal stamina [1-5].
Most of unilateral vocal cord paralysis (UVCP) resulted from recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) injury in the past century.
Lipoinjection for unilateral vocal cord paralysis. Laryngoscope 1991;101(5):465-8.
The open-label, multicenter study included 108 patients with unilateral vocal cord paralysis or glottal incompetence with mobile vocal folds.
Outcome and changing cause of unilateral vocal cord paralysis. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1998; 1182: 199-202.
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