In an estimated 1 out of every 250 thyroid
surgeries, damage is done to the laryngeal nerves, the nerves that control the voice. The primary symptoms include:
Difficulty projecting the voice
Decreased vocal range
Usually, voice changes are temporary, so the voice will return to normal within a few weeks; permanent changes are rare. Use of nerve monitors during surgery has become more common, however, as these surgical devices can greatly reduce the risk of damage.
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