Recurrent contact granuloma: experience with excision and botulinum toxin injection.

@article{Yilmaz2013RecurrentCG,
  title={Recurrent contact granuloma: experience with excision and botulinum toxin injection.},
  author={Taner Yilmaz and Nilda S{\"u}sl{\"u} and Gamze Atay and Serdar {\"O}zer and Riza {\"O}nder G{\"u}naydin and M{\"u}nir Demir Bajin},
  journal={JAMA otolaryngology-- head & neck surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={139 6},
  pages={579-83}
}
IMPORTANCE Contact granuloma is a difficult-to-treat laryngeal disorder associated with vocal abuse, habitual throat clearing, and laryngopharyngeal reflux. It has a high propensity for persistence and recurrence despite many treatment alternatives. OBJECTIVE To present our experience with recurrent contact granuloma treated with microlaryngoscopic excision and botulinum toxin injection. DESIGN Case series. The follow-up period had a mean (range) of 41 (11-88) months. SETTING Tertiary… CONTINUE READING

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