Remobilization is the goal of treatment for vocal cord paralysis. A number of experimental as well as clinical attempts have been made to achieve this, mostly, however, without attaining practical application.
KeywordsVocal Cord Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Vocal Cord Paralysis Recurrent Nerve Artificial Muscle
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