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Transcutaneous (percutaneous transcricothyroid membrane) Injection Laryngoplasty for Vocal Cord Paralysis

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Transcutaneous (percutaneous transcricothyroid membrane) Injection Laryngoplasty for Vocal Cord Paralysis

Note this technique has been improved by reversing the orientation of the transnasal laryngoscope so the anterior aspect of the vocal folds (anterior commissure) is a the bottom of the viewing screen

see appropriate orientation for flexible transnasal scope placement at Cymetra Injection to Paralyzed Vocal Cord In the Clinic Technical Points for Percutaneous Injection

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