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[Report on the indication, technique and functional results of endolaryngeal arytenoidectomy and submucous partial chordectomy in bilateral paralysis of vocal cord (author's transl)].
Laryngol Rhinol Otol (Stuttg). 1981 Aug; 60(8):397-401.LR

Abstract

In 116 patients the further course of disease could be followed up. In all, 114 patients with mostly very satisfactory voice results could be primarily decannulated. In 69.7% of the patients, the decannulation took place between the 5th and 15th postoperative day, in 25.1% between 16 to 40 days. In one patient the decannulation could only be carried out after a second operation (laminotomy of the cricoid plate). This endolaryngeal arytenoidectomy can be considered therefore as a very reliable method with regard to a glottic dilation adapted to individual needs, permits quick decannulation and is well tolerated by the patients.

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7346673

Citation

Kleinsasser, O, and E Nolte. "[Report On the Indication, Technique and Functional Results of Endolaryngeal Arytenoidectomy and Submucous Partial Chordectomy in Bilateral Paralysis of Vocal Cord (author's Transl)]." Laryngologie, Rhinologie, Otologie, vol. 60, no. 8, 1981, pp. 397-401.
Kleinsasser O, Nolte E. [Report on the indication, technique and functional results of endolaryngeal arytenoidectomy and submucous partial chordectomy in bilateral paralysis of vocal cord (author's transl)]. Laryngol Rhinol Otol (Stuttg). 1981;60(8):397-401.
Kleinsasser, O., & Nolte, E. (1981). [Report on the indication, technique and functional results of endolaryngeal arytenoidectomy and submucous partial chordectomy in bilateral paralysis of vocal cord (author's transl)]. Laryngologie, Rhinologie, Otologie, 60(8), 397-401.
Kleinsasser O, Nolte E. [Report On the Indication, Technique and Functional Results of Endolaryngeal Arytenoidectomy and Submucous Partial Chordectomy in Bilateral Paralysis of Vocal Cord (author's Transl)]. Laryngol Rhinol Otol (Stuttg). 1981;60(8):397-401. PubMed PMID: 7346673.
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