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Cushings disease causes an overproduction of anti-inflammatories in the body and so if the Cushings disease is treated, it may unmask some conditions that would respond to those anti-inflammatories, such as skin disease, arthritis and theoretically laryngeal paralysis and nerve inflammation, which could explain why the new signs are only being noticed now if you have opted for treatment of the Cushings disease.
Laryngeal paralysis can be diagnosed by viewing the area with the dog sedated and the mouth wide open.
A determination of laryngeal paralysis requires both laryngoscopic visualization and electromyography.