Arytenoid Fixation in Laryngeal Cancer: Radiological Pictures and Clinical Correlations with Respect to Conservative Treatments

@inproceedings{Succo2019ArytenoidFI,
  title={Arytenoid Fixation in Laryngeal Cancer: Radiological Pictures and Clinical Correlations with Respect to Conservative Treatments},
  author={Giovanni Succo and Stefano Cirillo and I. Bertotto and Elena Maldi and Davide Balmativola and Massimo Petracchini and Dario Gned and Alessandro Fornari and Gian Marco Motatto and Andrea E Sprio and Andrea Manca and Erika Crosetti},
  booktitle={Cancers},
  year={2019}
}
Background: The aim of this retrospective study was to identify different radiological features in intermediate⁻advanced laryngeal cancer (LC) associated with arytenoid fixation, in order to differentiate cases still safely amenable to conservative treatment by partial laryngectomy or chemoradiotherapy. Methods: 29 consecutive patients who underwent open partial horizontal laryngectomies (OPHLs), induction chemotherapy followed by radiotherapy in the case of >50% response (IC + RT) or total… CONTINUE READING

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