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laryngeal

, laryngal
of or relating to the larynx
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Osteosarcoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, nasopharyngeal and laryngeal neoplasms were observed only in 3 cases respectively.
In this case, treatment using videosurgery was shown to be efficient and minimally invasive when treating a laryngeal neoplasm, providing an important improvement to the patient in the immediate postsurgical period.
Nasal fracture 81 26.0% Vertigo 61 19.6% Laryngeal dyspnea [*] 40 12.9% Foreign body: esophagus 21 6.8% Laryngeal neoplasm 17 5.5% Facial palsy 10 3.2% Tonsillar abscess 9 2.9% Epistaxis 8 2.6% Head injury 7 2.3% Sudden hypoacusis 6 1.9% Ear injury 6 1.9% Acute or chronic 6 1.9% otitis media Acute mastoiditis 5 1.6% Tracheostomy hemorrhage 5 1.6% Acute infection of the 4 1.3% salivary glands Hemorrhage of the 3 1.0% respiratory tract Laryngeal injury 3 1.0% Posttonsillectomy hemorrhage 2 0.6% Complications of sinusitis 2 0.6% Other 15 4.8% (*.)Treated with emergency tracheostomy.
Extranodal lymphomas confined to the larynx are rare, accounting for < 1% of all laryngeal neoplasms, with only about 100 cases having been described in the literature to date [1].
Since the clinical findings and macroscopic appearance of RMS are the same as other laryngeal neoplasms, the histopatological and immunohistochemical examinations are crucial for diagnosis, (14) and in our case, the definitive diagnosis was established through these means.
Value of Morphometry in the Prognosis of Laryngeal Neoplasms
(3,6,9) Webber (10) found that the incidence of laryngeal neoplasms among patients younger than 35 years was 3%, while Lam and Yuen (9) and Harris et al (11) reported an incidence of 1.6 and 2%, respectively, among patients younger than 40 years.
(4,7) However, the presentation with hemoptysis as the presenting complaint, as in our patient, is very unusual for laryngeal neoplasms, especially of this variety, as these neoplasms are known to grow submucosally with a tendency to produce non-ulcerated masses.