Surgical Managment of Scar of the Vocal Cord
In the introductory section of this book, it was mentioned that wide scarring of the vocal cord, such as after laryngeal trauma, is almost incurable by the therapeutic means currently available.
KeywordsVocal Cord Mucosa Graft Soft Silicone Wide Scarring False Vocal Cord
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