Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, November 26th, 2004
"Symptoms of unilateral vocal fold paralysis are improved significantly by augmenting the paralyzed vocal fold via vocal fold injection," scientists in the United States explained.
In a study conducted by C.A. Rosen and coauthors at the University of Pittsburgh, "augmentation with a new calcium hydroxylapatite implant was evaluated. In addition, two different phonosurgical injection techniques were used, and these procedures were compared for accuracy and reliability."
"A total of 11 terminal patients with unilateral vocal fold...
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