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Vocal Cord Injection with Prolaryn Gel with Videostroboscopy (transoral)

last modified on: Thu, 04/18/2024 - 15:49

return to: Injection Laryngoplasty for Vocal Fold Paralysis and Glottic IncompetencePercutaneous Injection Laryngoplasty;  Case example Transoral Videostrob Assisted PCA Injection

see also anesthesia to larynx via: Superior Laryngeal Nerve Blocks Instruction VideoGlossopharyngeal nerve block (gag reflex, transoral vocal cord surgery)

Unilateral Laryngeal Paralysis or Vocal Cord ParalysisInjectable substances for injection laryngoplastyVocal cord paralysis treated with in-clinic transoral Restylane injection laryngoplasty

Setup for thyroplasty (medialization laryngoplasty)Type I Thyroplasty (Gore-tex) case examples

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Video below of different patient with dysphonia after biopsy in previously radiated larynx;

injection to small deficiency in anterior left vocal cord demonstrates precision possible with magnification and illumination offered by directing needle placement with transoral videostroboscopy: