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Medications for Vocal Cord Dysfunction

Other names: Paradoxical Vocal Cord Dysfunction (PVCD); Paradoxical Vocal Cord Motion Disorder (PVCM)

What is Vocal Cord Dysfunction:  Vocal cord dysfunction occurs when the vocal cords close (vocal cord adduction) during the breathing in and/or breathing out phases of the respiratory cycle. This obstructs airflow causing symptoms of shortness of breath, tightness of throat or chest, wheezing, cough, throat clearing and a hoarse voice.

There are currently no drugs listed for "Vocal Cord Dysfunction"  See Respiratory Tract Disease

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