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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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MRFR's report includes a thorough analysis of the global vocal cord paralysis market segmented on the basis of type, treatment, and region.
Surgery may be necessary to remove lesions from the vocal cords, to improve vocal cord closure, or to augment thinning vocal cords so the voice is louder and stronger.
Between 2001 and 2015, 213 patients were diagnosed as vocal cord palsy in two institutions and one single surgeonti practice.
Asymmetrically increased FDG uptake was observed in the posterior region of the right vocal cord. The maximum standardized uptake value ([SUV.sub.max]) was 6.71 (Figure 1).
Frequency of causes of vocal cord paralysis was recorded as 15.92% (n=39) for idiopathic, 46.53% (n=114) had iatrogenic, 33.06% (n=81) had malignant neoplasm while 4.49% (n=11) had radiation.
medication for hyperacidity and reflux, or surgery for swellings on the vocal cords, if necessary.
Etiology and management of bilateral vocal cord paralysis (VCP) in pediatrics differs from that in adults where it constitutes a part of the larger clinical entity called 'bilateral vocal cord immobility'.
The Grammy-award singer has previously had to cancel concerts due to problems with her throat following vocal cord surgery in 2011.
Bilateral vocal cord paralysis usually occurs as an effect of operations and reoperations of malignant thyroid gland tumors, because of the close anatomical connection [5, 6].
Initial examination revealed severe vocal cord polyps and she underwent emergency debridement.
Severe microscopic polyangiitis with unilateral vocal cord paralysis as initial manifestation
While looking down the patient's throat with a laryngoscope, the tube is passed through the vocal cords by the anaesthetist.