María Jesús Domínguez González de Rivera

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An 11-year-old female who came to consult about dysphonia that had lasted for 1 year, without associated symptoms, presenting the antecedent of a 1 cm×2 cm flat angioma in the right parietal area. Under fibroscopy, there was a whitish lesion in anterior angle of the mouth, predominantly subglottic, occupying a third of the length of the subglottis at most,(More)
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