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[55-57] Currently, fibrous retraction of the vocalis muscle is thought to be the cause of the intermediate or lateral VC position in completely denervated larynges, occurring after several months.
The terminal branches have the highest density along the medial aspect of the medial TA (or vocalis muscle).
Specifically, VCP will be resulting from recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) injury that can cause impairment of both abductive and adductive functions of the vocal folds [22], and electrical pacing will be delivered on vocalis muscles with EMG feedback signals from the ipsilateral CT muscle, which is supplied by the superior laryngeal nerve (SLN) and remains unaffected when RLN is injured, and can continue generating EMG signals that can be used for pacing purposes [1,23].
Both vocalis muscles appeared to move around the endotracheal