Vocal cord paralysis - lung apical tuberculosis
Voice changes with a clinical diagnosis of right sided cord paralysis
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Right sided vocal cord adduction in patient with bilateral lung apical tuberculosis changes with cavitation
The patient has changes in his voice and has been clinically diagnosed as a right-sided cord paralysis; the MRI axial images corroborate this showing adduction of the right-sided vocal cord. On the coronal images, there are features of bilateral apical lung changes with cavitations compatible with the patient's known history of pulmonary tuberculosis.