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laryngeal

, laryngal
of or relating to the larynx
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Vocal nodules, vocal hematoma and post traumatic laryngeal stenosis were found only in boys and functional dysphonia was noted only in adolescent girls.
They have not been reported as being used in the treatment of postintubation laryngeal stenosis except in very small series or case reports with no long-term follow-up review.
Endolaryngeal stenting was the commonest (43.75 Percent) procedure performed for traumatic laryngeal stenosis followed by total laryngectomy performed in 4 cases (25 Percent) having advanced stage of laryngeal cancer (Table 3).
Common causes of laryngeal stenosis include trauma, tracheostomy, partial laryngectomy, granulomatous diseases like TB, Scleroma, Wagener's granulomatosis etc.
Congenital webs represent a failure of laryngeal recanalization during development, and they occur on a continuum with laryngeal stenosis and atresia.
Permanent tracheostomy were done in 6 cases (10%), in those patients who developed laryngeal stenosis as complication.
A case of subglottic laryngeal stenosis has also been described as a late sequel of the disease after 15 years of diagnosis of rhinoscleroma.
In cases of diffuse laryngeal amyloidosis, surgical resection can result in complete laryngeal stenosis during the healing phase; in such cases, a staged resection should be considered.
In fact, trauma is the most common cause of laryngeal stenosis. (6)