Dysphonia secondary to traumatic avulsion of the vocal fold in infants

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Cavalli, L.; Bray, D.; Eze, N.; Hartley, B. E. J.;
  • Subject: Larynx, Child, Trauma, Voice, Vocal Cords

Objective: Airway compromise due to paediatric intubation injuries is well documented; however, intubation injuries may also cause severe voice disorders. We report our experience and review the world literature on the voice effects of traumatic paediatric intubation. C... View more
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