Structural injury

Extensive laryngeal papilloma

Extensive laryngeal papilloma

Extensive laryngeal papilloma with multiple colonies, in multiple locations on both true and false vocal cords and the epiglottis.

Laryngeal papilloma on the right vocal cord

  She had 8 surgeries for laryngeal papilloma over 24 years. Then for the past 3 years, her ENT kept telling her she had reflux laryngitis. She was not getting better on acid reflux treatment, and came to visit me. She had recurrent papillomatosis.

High-definition Pentax endoscope view of papilloma with false color imaging

  He had two prior decisions of laryngeal papilloma. With the false color imaging available on the high definition Pentax endoscope, the discrete blood vessels within each cell are easy to appreciate.

Papilloma on the left vocal cord

  This single crop of papilloma on the left vocal cord could be confused with a nodule or polyp at a lower resolution. It has not recurred at 6 months after surgery.

multiple papillomas in a young child

  This is a 10-month-old child with extensive laryngeal papilloma. He was seen because of noisy breathing. When he breathed in, the papilloma would suck into his larynx and partially obstruct his airway. He ended up requiring surgery almost once a month in order to maintain his airway.