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Lingual osseous choristoma

July 18, 2016  |  Daniel T. Ginat, MD, MS; Louis Portugal, MD

When they occur, symptoms of lingual osseous choristomas may include globus sensation, dysphagia, gagging, nausea, and irritation.

Laryngeal amyloidosis

July 18, 2016  |  Karthik S. Shastri, MD; Amy L. Rutt, DO; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

The diagnosis of laryngeal amyloidosis should trigger evaluation for systemic amyloidosis.

Epitympanic meningoencephalocele presenting as a growing middle ear mass

July 18, 2016  |  James G. Naples, MD; John W. House, MD; Benjamin J. Wycherly, MD

This patient had a subtle middle ear mass without an obvious effusion at the initial presentation; on repeat examination, it became more obvious that this was a meningoencephalocele

Lichen nitidus on the dorsal tongue

April 30, 2016  |  Pedro Costa de Araujo, MD; Jerome R. Lechien, MD

This relatively uncommon, asymptomatic, idiopathic inflammatory eruption is usually found on the abdomen, pelvic area, or extremities, but rarely on the tongue.

Cervical disc herniation causing difficulty swallowing

April 30, 2016  |  Sheng-Yao Cheng, MD; Jih-Chin Lee, MD

Anterior cervical disc herniation is relatively rare and is usually asymptomatic until a certain degree of hypopharyngeal and esophageal compression leads to dysphagia.

Effectiveness of steroid injections for bamboo nodules: A case report

April 30, 2016  |  Mitsuyoshi Imaizumi, MD, PhD; Yasuhiro Tada, MD; Wataru Okano, MD; Akiko Tani, MD; Koichi Omori, MD

Abstract

Vocal nodules are generally caused by vocal abuse, and conservative treatments such as voice therapy have been advocated as a first-choice treatment for vocal nodules. Reports of vocal fold lesions related to autoimmune diseases, such as bamboo nodules, are rare in the...

Ectopic thyroid tissue simulating metastasis

March 16, 2016  |  Juan S. Gomez, MD; Enrique Palacios, MD, FACR; Jeremy Nguyen, MD; Harold R. Neitzschman, MD, FACR

Resolution of vocal fold leukoplakia during erlotinib treatment for lung cancer

February 24, 2016  |  David O. Francis, MD, MS; Stephanie Misono, MD, MPH; Jessica Somerville, MD; Andrew McWhorter, MD; C. Gaelyn Garrett, MD

Abstract

Treatment of vocal fold leukoplakia is complicated because it is associated with a high rate of recurrence after excision and it has the potential for progression to malignancy. Authors have presented different approaches to management, one of which is directed serial...

Thymoma with an incidental benign laryngeal mass mimicking laryngeal carcinoma: Case report

February 24, 2016  |  Gokce Simsek, MD; Istemihan Akin, MD; Cem Saka, MD; Fulya Koybasioglu, MD

Abstract

Thymic carcinomas are rarely seen. Because of recurrent laryngeal nerve involvement, hoarseness is a common presenting symptom. Persistent hoarseness in a male smoker past his fifth decade is also a distinctive symptom for laryngeal carcinoma. Stroboscopic laryngeal examination...

Sinonasal glomangiopericytoma: Is anything new?

February 24, 2016  |  Panagiotis Asimakopoulos, MSc, MRCS; Mohammed Iqbal Syed, MD, MRCS; Timothy Andrews, MD, FRCPath; Sheeba Syed, MD, FRCPath; Alun Williams, MD, FRCS

Abstract

More than 100 cases of sinonasal hemangiopericytoma have been reported in the literature, but only a handful of cases of nasal glomangiopericytoma. In this article, we report a case of a nasal glomangiopericytoma that was treated with endonasal surgical excision. We also...

Blood flow to a hemorrhagic vocal fold mass

February 24, 2016  |  Jaime Eaglin Moore, MD; Natalie Krane, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

While the value of treatment of the vessels that feed an area of mass formation seems self-evident, the wisdom of treating draining vessels has not been established.

Laryngitis obscuring an anterior glottic mass

January 22, 2016  |  James D. Thompson, MD; Jaime Eaglin Moore, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Anterior masses, such as the one seen in this case, can cause glottic insufficiency and vocal strain.

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