Infectious granulomatous laryngitis: a retrospective study of 24 cases

  title={Infectious granulomatous laryngitis: a retrospective study of 24 cases},
  author={Leonardo Sales da Silva and Edward J Damrose and Fernanda Bair{\~a}o and Mayra L. Della Nina and J. C. Diniz Junior and Henrique Olavo de Olival Costa},
  journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology},
The diagnostic and treatment of verrucous lesions of the larynx involves a high level of suspicion by the physician attending the patient. The causes may go from unspecific laryngitis to neoplasia and granulomatous diseases. This kind of lesion is uncommon and the presentation aspects may vary broadly. The lesions in larynx are significant source of morbidity. The onset of symptoms is insidious and the diagnosis is usually delayed. Symptoms include dysphonia, dyspnea, dysphagia and odynophagia… 

Factors Associated with Clinical and Topographical Features of Laryngeal Tuberculosis

smoking appears to be associated with the development of more extensive LTB lesions, and LTB with dyspnea on exertion and odynophagia with consequent impairment of nutritional status, and the need for histopathologic confirmation is emphasized.

[Laryngeal leishmaniasis. A case report].

A Rare Case of Laryngeal Tuberculosis in Children

A rare case of laryngeal TB in children has been reported and the child has been treated with children OAT regimen and showed improvement in clinical condition.

Chronic laryngitis caused by Mycobacterium Kansasii in a traveler

A 58‐year‐old female with laryngitis for 5 years, fevers, chills, fatigue, malaise, myalgias, anterior neck pain, and night sweats is presented, the first case of isolated nontuberculous mycobacterial vocal fold infection.

Impact of laryngeal sequelae on voice- and swallowing-related outcomes in paracoccidioidomycosis

There were no dysphagia complaints and only a few mild changes were found on the fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing, suggesting that this evaluation should be performed only in specific cases.

Upper Respiratory Tract Tuberculosis.

Treatment of URT-TB is modified on the basis of culture and sensitivity reports in cases of suspected drug resistance, and surgical intervention may be required for some patients with abscess formation and progressive disease unresponsive to medical therapy.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Hoarseness (Dysphonia)

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Mucosal Leishmaniasis: An Underestimated Presentation of a Neglected Disease

Considering both its highly disfiguring lesions and its possible lethal outcome, ML should not be underestimated by physicians and is expected to increase its burden in many countries as sandfly vector distribution is widespreading towards non-endemic areas.



Laryngeal tuberculosis: A review of 26 cases

Current clinical propensity of laryngeal tuberculosis: review of 60 cases

Clinically, granulomatous and ulcerative types of laryngeal tuberculosis were still prevalent, however, the incidence of atypical types such as polypoid and nonspecific types were on the rise and were prevalent in patients with inactive tuberculosis or normal lungs status.

[Laryngeal tuberculosis. Incidence between 1994 and 2004].

The patients diagnosed with laryngeal tuberculosis in the authors' hospital between 1994 and 2004 are presented and the diagnostic procedures realised and the adopted therapeutic attitude in every case and results are described.

Laryngeal tuberculosis. Incidence between 1994 and 2004

The patients diagnosed with laryngeal tuberculosis in the authors' hospital between 1994 and 2004 are presented and the diagnostic procedures realised and the adopted therapeutic attitude in every case and results are described.

Blastomycosis in otolaryngology: Review of a large series

To determine the frequency of head and neck manifestations, records of patients with blastomycosis seen at the Mayo Clinic from 1960 to 1990 were reviewed and found that involvement of the skin and mucosal surfaces, including the larynx, was common.

Laryngeal manifestations of paracoccidioidomycosis (South American blastomycosis).

Laryngeal paracoccidioidomycosis may be a difficult diagnosis for the unsuspecting clinician to make and diagnosis of carcinoma must be ruled out by histopathological examination or culture of a specimen.

MRI of head and neck paracoccidioidomycosis.

Mucosal lesions affecting the oral cavity, oropharynx and larynx, with head and neck lymph node enlargement, and differential diagnosis includes other granulomatous infectious diseases, especially tuberculosis, and cancers such as squamous cell carcinoma and lymphomas.

A case of laryngeal paracoccidioidomycosis masquerading as chronic obstructive lung disease.

Paracoccidioidomycosis is the most important systemic mycosis of the tropical Americas and can affect any organ, causing symptomatic or asymptomatic lesions.

[Cutaneous-mucosal paracoccidio-domycosis: the first case diagnosed in French Guiana].

The first case of paracoccidio-domycosis, in its cutaneous-mucosal form, diagnosed in French Guiana is described, with a 20 year-old Brazilian man presented with multiple disseminated cutaneous lesions, predominating on the face, and composed of multiple nodules and two ulcerations.

Paracoccidioidomycosis: case report and review.

Paracoccidioidomycosis should be suspected in patients with an appropriate travel history who experience weight loss and have pulmonary, mucosal, and cutaneous lesions and therapy with imidazole antifungal medications is reviewed.