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Adult Mass Lesions

Irritation caused by smoking, air pollution, and vocal abuse Chronic Nonspecific Laryngitis
Voice= dysphonic, fatigued, cough Chronic Nonspecific Laryngitis
Chronic hypertrophic laryngitis leukoplakia
pre malignant condition leukoplakia
edema results in polypoid degeneration leukoplakia
Caused by smoking and/or alcohol leukoplakia
Change in tissue as a result of long standing condition leukoplakia
Voice= hoarse dysphonia, throat clearing leukoplakia
Crycoarytenoid arthritis Laryngeal Arthritis
Relatively rare condition Laryngeal Arthritis
Voice= hoarseness and possible stridor, pain on phonation Laryngeal Arthritis
Cause pain on phonation (very few things do) contact ulcers, granuloma
Malignant tumors of the squamous cells Carcinoma
Voice= dysphonia, feeling of lump in throat, discomfort on phonation Carcinoma
Created by: sramsden