Sean Parker Institute for the Voice

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An Institute study published in The Laryngoscope showed no clear benefit from injection augmentation over traditional botulinum toxin treatment in a small group of patients essential voice tremor. Botulinum toxin chemodenervation is often less than satisfactory in the...

The probabilty of recovery in idopathic vocal fold paralysis is almost always stated as aggregate rate for all affected patients. Examination of the Parker Institute experience shows that this does not reflect clinical reality well. In a paper published in the January 2018 issue of The Laryngoscope, Husain and co-athors show that the probability of spontaneous recovery changes, decreasing over the course of the condition until it reaches near-zero at slightly more than one year from...

A Sean Parker Institute study published in the September 2017 issue of The Laryngoscope (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28349567 ) shows that expert consensus on stroboscopic diagnosis of paresis remains elusive. Laryngeal stroboscopic examination is by far the most common means used to diagnosis this entity. Agreement regarding the presence or absence of paresis in laryngeal video examinations among blinded raters was...

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