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Hoarse voice?  It could be a vocal cord cyst or polyp.  It could be increased muscle tension.  It could be a neurological voice problem such as vocal tremor or spasmodic dysphonia.  


Swallowing trouble?  It could be a tight cricopharyngeal muscle or even a Zenker's diverticulum.  It could be esophageal dysmotility.


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Ryan Meacham, MD

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