[Prevention of bilateral vocal cord paralysis due to thyroid surgery and microsurgical management of the developed paralysis].
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Feb 19, 2006
The author feels that these two operations are quite successful because the medial mucous membrane of the vocal cord is preserved, avoiding scar and granuloma formation. The operations may be performed without any kind of tracheostomy. These are significant advantages over most other glottic dilating operations.
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