PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 1
Rex Gromer, Minneapolis
A 51-year-old man noted progressive hoarseness for one year with recent dyspnea upon exertion and mild dysphagia. On physical examination there were no abnormalities of the external neck. Indirect laryngoscopy revealed a large, soft mucosal covered mass about 4 cm in size. The mass involved the left false cord and aryepiglottic fold causing marked airway obstruction. Tomogram x-rays of the neck were obtained (Fig 1). What is your diagnosis? The mass was excised and its lining is seen in Fig 2 and 3.
PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 2
K. Muzaffar, MD, Detroit
A 36-year-old Negro woman came to the ENT clinic complaining of a small sebaceous cyst on the left side of her neck. On routine indirect laryngoscopy there was noted a 4 to 5 mm yellowish sessile rounded mass projecting from the right arytenoid and interarytenoid region. Both vocal cords were mobile and
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