A medical team at Al-Kafeel Specialized Hospital in Iraq has announced the success of a distinctive surgery performed on a 21-year-old youth from Anbar. The young man faced vocal softness, commonly known as "feminine voice," due to issues with his vocal cords. The medical team credited the success of the surgery to the hospital's advanced techniques.
Dr. Nazim Imran, an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) specialist, stated, "We recently performed a remarkable surgery on a 21-year-old Anbari youth suffering from vocal softness, or what is known as 'feminine voice,' due to vocal cord issues." After conducting necessary medical examinations, it was decided to undergo a surgical intervention to alleviate his struggles.
Imran further explained, "The surgery was conducted through a small incision in the neck, repairing the vocal cords for the young man. He left the hospital the next day, regaining his voice." He emphasized that such surgeries require precision and advanced techniques for successful outcomes, and the hospital has provided the necessary resources and expertise.