Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis RRP

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  • uploaded January 24, 2023

Recurrent respiratory papilllomatosis is the disease cause by HPV viruses typ 6/11. This disease is characterized by recurrent lesions covering the  epithelium. This patients has been treated in our Department for 2 years. Last time 6 months ago. Endoscopic examination of the larynx revealed a large papilloma lesion located in the anterior commissure and in the anterior part of the right vocal fold. The papillomas were removed by using co2 laser. During the procedure the biopsy was taken to the histopathological examination. At the end of the procedure a starch dressing was used to prevent adhesions in the anterior commissure area.

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