The View of True Vocal Folds Vibrations Through T Tube
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In this video we can see the view of a true vocal folds adduction and its free edge vibrations. It is possible to see this through T-tube in a patient who had it performed for subglottic stenosis. To allow the true vocal folds full adduction upon the phonation the upper end the T-tube was well sited below them. We can see as well the false vocal folds, ventricles and laryngeal surface of epiglottis.
International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies
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