A recurrent nerve paresis or paralysis is a partial or total functional loss of the nerve that control vocal fold mobility. Such a disorder may result in hoarseness, swallowing or breathing problems. Most patients suffer from a breathy voice and reduced loadness when one side is affected and the other side remains intact.
Our voice clinic is highly specialized is diagnosing all reasons and effects of RLN problems and offers state-of-art therapeutical options to regain a mostly normal voice function. Patients come from all over the world for phonosurgical treatment, e.g. injection laryngoplasty (augmentation).