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High altitude pulmonary edema triggered by vocal cord stenosis.
Horner's syndrome, unilateral facial weakness and vocal cord paresis have been reported.
See also Croup; Foreign objects; Vocal cord dysfunction.
In an individual with vocal cord dysfunction, instead of being drawn apart, the vocal cords move together, narrowing and partially blocking the airway.
Other risks include infection or vocal cord injury.