Internal laryngopyocele presenting as acute airway obstruction

February 1, 2007
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Abstract. A laryngopyocele forms when a laryngocele becomes infected and fills with mucopus. We report a case of an inter-nal laryngopyocele that presented as airway obstruction in a 34-year-old man; such a presenting sign is exceedingly rare. We also review the anatomy, etiology, and clinical course of the different types of laryngoceles.


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