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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Vocal Cord Paralysis Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014 Summary GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Vocal Cord Paralysis Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014" provides data on the Vocal Cord Paralysis clinical trial scenario.
London, January 15 ( ANI ): Art Garfunkel has announced that he will return to the stage four years after suffering a paralysis of the vocal cords.
Every time we use our vocal cords to sing or speak, one vocal cord vibrates against another, and that leads to collisions between them.
But if given on a regular basis, the treatment can be truly therapeutic, in some cases reversing longstanding vocal cord lesions and voice problems.
The cuff of the tube was deflated after pharyngeal suctioning, then the endotracheal tube was slowly withdrawn under vision and the vocal cord mobility was checked once again (Figure 1B).
MARY Poppins star Dame Julie Andrews has been dropping in on scientists developing artificial vocal cords that might one day restore her voice.
Currently no treatment exists that can restore vocal cord flexibility.
Through speech therapy we can help improve vocal cord movement or look at muscle tension in cases of increased stress.
In an emotional post on her blog, the Someone Like You star said she'd be "totally and utterly f***" if she didn't address the "black eye" on her vocal cord.
However, sometimes at the end of a long run of 10 miles or more, inhaling becomes very difficult and it feels as though I'm experiencing a vocal cord spasm.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Beware of vocal cord dysfunction mimicking asthma and other respiratory problems, especially in women, the overweight, and patients with psychiatric diagnoses, based on a retrospective chart study of patients with the condition.
While at Mayo Medical School and UCLA's School of Medicine, Verneuil researched vocal cord physiology, investigated treatments for vocal cord paralysis, and completed UCLA's laryngology fellowship.