Unilateral transverse cordotomy for bilateral abductor vocal fold immobility
The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 08/17/2012
Bernstein JM et al. – In patients with bilateral abductor vocal fold immobility, unilateral transverse cordotomy results in improved dyspnoea with either no voice change or only slight worsening. This is a more conservative procedure than bilateral transverse cordotomy, with the potential for better preservation of voice and breath support.