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Gutartige Larynxtumoren

  • R. Knecht
  • E. Meyer-Breiting
Part of the HNO Praxis heute (abgeschlossen) book series (HNO, volume 17)

Zusammenfassung

Über 8o% der gutartigen Larynxtumoren sind Papillome, eine Übersicht der übrigen Tumoren and ihrer Häufigkeit zeigt Tabelle l. Von den gutartigen Tumoren sind sog. Pseudotumoren, wie Polypen, abzugrenzen, bei denen es sich im wesentlichen um entzündliche, degenerative oder stoffwechselbedingte Veränderungen handelt and nicht um eine autonome Zellvermehrung. Häufig haben die Tumoren eine bestimmte Prddilektionsstelle.

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