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Novel injection technique into the interarytenoid area to treat dysphagia

February 24, 2016  |  Meghan Brooking, DO; Amanda Hu, MD, FRCSC; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Augmentation of the interarytenoid space is a simple and innovative alternative to the traditional paraglottic space injection.

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...

Laryngotracheal mucormycosis: Report of a case

January 22, 2016  |  Jillian Mattioni, DO; Joel E. Portnoy, MD; Jaime Eaglin Moore, MD; David Carlson, DO; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Abstract

Airway mucormycosis is a deadly opportunistic infection that affects immunocompromised persons, particularly diabetics and those undergoing chemotherapy. Although it is typically a pulmonary or sinonasal infection, mucormycosis can affect the larynx and trachea, with...

Laryngeal neuromas in a case of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B

October 31, 2015  |  Stanley W. McClurg, MD; Paul E. Wakely Jr., MD; Eugene G. Chio, MD

Abstract

Mucosal neuromas of the larynx in the setting of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B (MEN-2B) are extremely rare; to the best of our knowledge, only 2 other cases have been previously reported in the world literature. We describe a new case, which occurred in a 30-year old...

Laryngeal tuberculosis: A public health concern

October 31, 2015  |  Matthew B. Zavod, MD, FACS

Physical examination findings in patients with laryngeal tuberculosis vary, but they can include edema, hyperemia, nodularity, ulcerations, exophytic mass, and obliteration of anatomic landmarks.

Laryngeal neurofibroma

October 31, 2015  |  Andreas Anagiotos, MD; Dirk Beutner, MD

Neurofibromas are rarely seen in the larynx. Common symptoms are stridor, hoarseness, dysphagia, dysphonia, and globus sensation.

Laryngofissure for resection of a recurrent saccular cyst

October 31, 2015  |  Reed C. Gilbow, BS; J. Mark Reed, MD; Jeffrey D. Carron, MD

Congenital saccular cysts represent a rare cause of airway obstruction and inspiratory stridor in infants.

Globus sensation and laryngopharyngeal reflux

October 31, 2015  |  Michael J. Knabel, BS; Jonathan M. Bock, MD, FACS

Some study results have suggested that psychological factors such as depression and anxiety can influence the etiology of globus.

A large laryngeal pleomorphic leiomyosarcoma arising from a small pedicle without mucosal invasion: Case report

September 21, 2015  |  Napadon Tangjaturonrasme, MD

Abstract

Laryngeal leiomyosarcoma is a rare mesenchymal malignancy of the head and neck region. The author presents a case of an atypical laryngeal leiomyosarcoma that featured a large pedunculated lesion without mucosal invasion. This feature has not been previously described in the...

The incidence of postoperative aspiration among children undergoing supraglottoplasty for laryngomalacia

August 27, 2015  |  Lauren C. Anderson de Moreno, MD; Sarah J. Burgin, MD; Bruce H. Matt, MD, MS

Abstract

We conducted a retrospective study to determine the incidence of aspiration after supraglottoplasty at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. We reviewed the charts of 468 patients-281 males and 187 females, aged 2 days to 20 years-who had undergone supraglottoplasty for...

Supraglottoplasty in a 39-year-old woman

August 27, 2015  |  Hilary M. Caruso Sales, DO; Amanda Hu, MD, FRCSC; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

In this case, the patient's larynx was diffusely erythematous and edematous, with thick secretions and severe posterior “cobblestoning.”

Anthracosis: An unusual cause of vocal fold paralysis

July 21, 2015  |  Sedat Aydin, MD; Ozlem Celebi, MD; Merve Kiroglu, MD; Mehmet Gökhan Demir, MD

Abstract

Anthracotic pigmentation in the bronchial mucosa is a bronchoscopic finding of pneumoconiosis, or evidence of heavy atmospheric soot. This pigmentation in the tracheobronchial mucosa is surrounded by calcified or noncalcified lymph nodes. Anthracosis is not a previously known...

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