Intralesional corticosteroids have been used with success in treatment of hypertrophic scars, keloids, and esophageal stenosis. In this preliminary survey, it appears that intralesional injection of corticosteroids into laryngeal stenosis, at least in the early form of the lesion, may be an effective method of conservative management of the problem.
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