Pulmonary hypertension due to recurrent juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis.


Although pulmonary hypertension secondary to upper airway obstruction caused by adenotonsillar hyperplasia has been well described, the association between laryngeal papillomatosis and pulmonary hypertension has not previously been documented. We report three patients with pulmonary hypertension due to upper airway obstruction caused by laryngeal… (More)


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