Combined and external laryngocoeles : Typical and atypical
Laryngocoeles are rare benign air containing saccular extensions of the laryngeal ventricle, Two cases of a combined and an external laryngacoele are described. The external laryngocoele which presented in the lower part of the neck, was intimately related to the recurrent laryngeal nerve, a relationship not previously emphasized in literature. Following surgical exeision there has been no recurrence in either case.
KeywordsRecurrent Laryngeal Nerve Laryngeal Carcinoma Lower Neck Aryepiglottic Fold Inflammatory Episode
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