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Compensated Right True Vocal Cord Paralysis  (33 Seconds)
Right True Vocal Cord paralysis - Compenstated
Right True Vocal Cord Paralysis
Vocal Cord in the Lateral Position

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This patient is a 56 year old who presented with a good but intermittently weak voice for the past two months.  The patient was a non-smoker.  On examination the right true vocal cord was found to be in the lateral position (abducted) with good compensation of the opposite cord.  No cause for the paralysis was found. 

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