CT of submucosal and occult laryngeal masses.

@article{Saleh1992CTOS,
  title={CT of submucosal and occult laryngeal masses.},
  author={Eman M. Saleh and Anthony A. Mancuso and Scott P. Stringer},
  journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography},
  year={1992},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={87-93}
}
Computed tomographic examinations were performed on 24 patients with entirely submucosal laryngeal mass lesions. Presenting complaints were hoarseness (17 patients), dysphagia (1 patient), airway obstruction (5 patients), and a cervical nodal metastasis (1 patient). The masses were visible endoscopically as submucosal bulges in 21 patients. Three other patients presenting with hoarseness and vocal cord paresis or paralysis had otherwise negative endoscopy and a mass demonstrated on CT. Thirteen… CONTINUE READING

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Other lesions included five laryngoceles , two chondrosarcomas , and one case each of paraganglioma , fibrosarcoma , lymphoma , and tuberculous laryngitis .
Other lesions included five laryngoceles , two chondrosarcomas , and one case each of paraganglioma , fibrosarcoma , lymphoma , and tuberculous laryngitis .
Computed tomography is an indispensable tool for evaluating submucosal laryngeal masses or otherwise unexplainable symptoms ( usually hoarseness ) that might herald such a mass .
Other lesions included five laryngoceles , two chondrosarcomas , and one case each of paraganglioma , fibrosarcoma , lymphoma , and tuberculous laryngitis .
Other lesions included five laryngoceles , two chondrosarcomas , and one case each of paraganglioma , fibrosarcoma , lymphoma , and tuberculous laryngitis .
Other lesions included five laryngoceles , two chondrosarcomas , and one case each of paraganglioma , fibrosarcoma , lymphoma , and tuberculous laryngitis .
Other lesions included five laryngoceles , two chondrosarcomas , and one case each of paraganglioma , fibrosarcoma , lymphoma , and tuberculous laryngitis .
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