Laryngeal tumour of neurogenetic origin – case report and review of the literature
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Schwann cell tumours are a rare group of benign neoplasms that origin form peripheral nerves. 0.1%–1.5% develops in the larynx causing hoarseness, difficulty swallowing and dyspnoea. The treatment of choice is surgical resection of the tumour during open type surgery or endoscopic procedure. The chosen surgical technique depends on tumour location, size observed in clinical examination and imaging. Also, clinical manifestation of the disease is included in the decision-making process.
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