Laryngeal oncocytic cyst presenting with an acute onset of stridor

June 30, 2009
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Abstract

Oncocytic lesions of the larynx are rare. When they have occurred, their presentation has been varied; these tumors may be completely asymptomatic and discovered incidentally, but more commonly they present with voice alteration. We report a case of an oncocytic cyst in a patient who presented with an acute onset of stridor. We also discuss the clinical manifestations and management of laryngeal oncocytic cyst and its relevant pathologic features.

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