True Vocal Cord Paralysis, Kevin Kavanagh
Congenital larynx Anomaly
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Congenital Larynx Anomaly ( 38 sec )

Congenital Larynx Anomaly
Left (top) true vocal cord large and fixed in midline.  Left (top) false vocal cord is atrophic.  Right true vocal cord is mobile but has limited abduction (opening).

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This video is of a 49 year old patient non-smoking male who has had a weak voice since birth. 


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