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Engineering functional vocal cord tissue

Researchers grew human cells into functional vocal cord tissue in the laboratory—an important preliminary step toward restoring voice function to people with injured vocal cords.

Medical News Today: Scientists grow working vocal cord tissue in lab

By growing functional vocal cord tissue in the lab, scientists bring closer the day when people whose vocal cords have been lost to cancer or injury can get their voice back.

Functional Vocal Cord Tissue Grown in Lab

(Science Daily) – Scientists have succeeded in growing functional vocal cord tissue in the laboratory, a major step toward restoring a voice to people who have lost their vocal cords to cancer s...

Scientists grow functional vocal cord tissue in the lab

University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists have succeeded in growing functional vocal cord tissue in the laboratory, a major step toward restoring a voice to people who have lost their vocal cords to ...

Wisconsin scientists grow functional vocal cord tissue in the lab

(University of Wisconsin-Madison) University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists have succeeded in growing functional vocal cord tissue in the laboratory, a major step toward restoring a voice to people w...

Benefits of stem cells for treating spinal cord injuries assessed

Stem cell therapy is a rapidly evolving and promising treatment for spinal-cord injuries. According to a new literature review, different types of stem cells vary in their ability to help restore func...

New York Stem Cell Foundation teams with CBR to create stem cell lines

The Cbr Cord Blood Registry and the New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCR) are to collaborate on the creation of high-quality stem cell lines.

Researchers Take a Step Toward Vocal Cord Transplants

An achievement in tissue engineering suggests that people with damaged vocal cords could eventually get new ones.People burdened by severely damaged vocal cords have new reason to hope they could some...

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Laryngeal Electromyography is Helpful for Cardiovocal Syndrome.

Laryngeal electromyography is used in the evaluation of vocal cord paralysis to confirm the diagnosis, to guide the diagnostic work-up for etiology, to provide prognostic information and to help choos...

Anthracosis: An unusual cause of vocal fold paralysis.

Anthracotic pigmentation in the bronchial mucosa is a bronchoscopic finding of pneumoconiosis, or evidence of heavy atmospheric soot. This pigmentation in the tracheobronchial mucosa is surrounded by ...

Left Vocal Cord Paralysis Detected by PET/CT in a Case of Lung Cancer.

We report a patient with lung cancer. The first PET/CT imaging revealed hypermetabolic mass in the left aortopulmonary region and hypermetabolic nodule in the anterior segment of the upper lobe of the...

An Overview of Laryngeal Muscle Single Fiber Electromyography.

Needle electromyography is an important tool in the diagnosis of neuromuscular diseases and has also been applied successfully in the evaluation of the vocal cord paralysis. Laryngeal electromyography...

An Autopsy Case of Dementia with Lewy Bodies with Vocal Cord Abductor Paralysis.

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