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Vocal fold scarring

Vocal fold scarring: Introduction

Vocal fold scarring: Scarring of the focal folds due to such things as surgery, aging, voice misuse, overuse or abuse. The condition is particularly common in people who use their voice for a livelihood such as teachers and singers. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Vocal fold scarring is available below.

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