A 42-year-old male smoker presented to his GP with 2-month history of sudden loss of voice. No weight loss or respiratory symptoms. On examination, there were no positive findings. The GP referred him urgently to ENT who diagnosed a paralysed left vocal cord. A CT was then performed (Images 1a–c).
KeywordsVertebral Artery Respiratory Symptom Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Laryngeal Nerve Bronchogenic Carcinoma