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Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold

Steven W. Zeitels

Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold

the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management

by Steven W. Zeitels

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Published by Layrngoscope Journal in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Throat -- Cancer.,
  • Throat -- Diseases.,
  • Vocal cords -- Cancer.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesPhonomicrosurgical management
    Statementby Steven M. Zeitels.
    SeriesLaryngoscope -- v. 105, no. 3, pt. 2. (March 1995). Supplement no. 67, Laryngoscope -- no. 67.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p. :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22363806M

    Table of contents for Classics in voice and laryngology / [edited by] Ryan C. Branski and Lucian Sulica. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Anita J. Hillard, MD; Kathy Greven, MD; Mark Randall, MD ¿Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution. Zeitels SM. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope ;(3 Pt 2, Suppl 67):1– Scalco AN, Shipman WF, Tabb HG. Microscopic suspension laryngoscopy. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol ;– Jako GJ. Microscopic laryngoscopy. Exposure and visualization of the glottis for phonomicrosurgery Exposure and visualization of the glottis for phonomicrosurgery Hochman, Ilan I.; Zeitels, Steven M.; Heaton, James T. Adequate exposure of the vocal folds is a prerequisite for successful phonomicrosurgery. Paramount to this success is a glottiscope that can be inserted easily while providing stereoscopic exposure .


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Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold by Steven W. Zeitels Download PDF EPUB FB2

Phonomicrosurgical treatment of premalignant vocal fold epithelium and microinvasive cancer combines principles of surgical oncology with advanced laryngoscopic microsurgical‐techniques.

This treatment is guided by mucosal‐wave theory of voice production and strives not only to cure the disease but also to achieve optimal vocal by: Phonomicrosurgical treatment of premalignant vocal fold epithelium and microinvasive cancer combines principles of surgical oncology with advanced laryngoscopic microsurgical-techniques.

This treatment is guided by mucosal-wave theory of voice production and strives not only to cure the disease but also to achieve optimal vocal by: Zeitels SM () Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

Laryngoscope (Pt. Zeitels SM () Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope –51. Phonomicrosurgical treatment of premalignant vocal fold epithelium and microinvasive cancer combines principles of surgical oncology.

Type IV cordectomy was performed when the lesion extended to the anterior third of the vocal cord and/or to the anterior commissure and/or the deep infiltrative pattern. Type V (extended cordectomy) includes resection of the contralateral vocal cord, the arytenoid, the ventricular fold, or the by: Microflap vocal fold cover excisional biopsy for atypia and microinvasive glottic cancer.

Microflap dissection and resection are an effective strategy for the management of premalignant and microinvasive neoplastic glottic epithelium. It provides for an en bloc excisional biopsy while affording precise diagnostic information by means of Cited by: Vocal ligament trauma results in scarring of the regenerted vocal fold cover epithelium to the vocal ligament with a poor mucosal wave and probably poorer vocal quality.

CONCLUSIONS Microflap vocal fold cover resection for lesions confined to the epithelium and superficial lamina propria is an effective method to diagnose and treat glottic atypia and early by: Premalignant changes of the epithelium and cancer of the vocal fold require careful observation/ treatment to maximize treatment success and voice preservation.

Benign midmembranous vocal fold lesions typically occur from vocal misuse/overuse. These lesions cannot be accurately diagnosed by viewing alone. 32 Zeitels SM. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

Laryngoscope. ; [ Links ] 33 Brouns E, Baart J, Karagozoglu K, Aartman I, Bloemena E, van der Waal I. Malignant transformation of oral leukoplakia in a well-defined cohort of by: 2. Vocal fold cysts were the most frequently associated benign lesions. The patients who apparently had premalignant lesions represented % of those who underwent laryngeal microsurgery.

Premalignant lesions prevailed in men Cited by: 3. Introduction. Laryngeal carcinoma is the most frequent malignant tumor of the head and neck, and glottic carcinoma in the initial stages is the most prevalent clinical ideal treatment is controversial because radiotherapy and surgery give similar results in terms of local control and survival, with the advantages depending on the therapeutic by: 7.

Laser heat can increase scarring and cause damage to adjacent tissue (16). With lasers, there is potential for endotracheal explosion, facial burns, mucosal burns, vocal fold webs, stenoses, and glottic incompetence (52).

In addition to recognizing when to use certain types and settings of lasers, Cited by: SUMMARY The subepithelial microflap resection technique for the removal of sessile vocal-fold polyps is an innov- ative phonomicrosurgical procedure that has resulted in near-normal postoperative glottal oscillatory func- tion as measured by stroboscopy.

This functional im- provement is confirmed by the subjective improve- ment in by:   The aims of this study were to investigate the clinical course of patients with laryngeal dysplasia of various grades after surgical removal and analyze the percentage and time frame in which laryngeal dysplasia progresses to invasive carcinoma.

The files of patients with surgical removal of laryngeal dysplasia and at least two microlaryngoscopies during a year Cited by: 6. Vocal fold leukoplakia has a malignancy transformation rate of approximately 8%.

2 It presents as a keratinized white patch on the epithelium. Clinical diagnosis is made by imaging the larynx in the office setting, followed by sampling the tissue in the operating room or the by: This turned out to be benign keratosis overlying a right vocal cyst.

Figure 2 shows the vocal folds of a 62 year-old man with a 4-month history of hoarseness, revealing a bilateral bed of erythematous vocal folds and exophytic epithelium.

Pathology revealed microinvasive squamous cell carcinoma. Vocal fold leukoplakia is an abnormal mucosa lesion with flat or thick epithelial white plaques or patches that cannot be defined as any other condition. 1 Pathological changes remain the mainstays of accurate diagnosis and decisive guidance for management of vocal fold leukoplakia.

2 The dysplasia system (DS), a 5 grade pathological Cited by: 2. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope. ;(3, pt 2) PubMed Google Scholar CrossrefCited by: Phonomicrosurgical treatment of premalignant vocal fold epithelium and microinvasive cancer combines principles of surgical oncology with advanced laryngoscopic microsurgical-techniques.

Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope. Laryngoscope. ;(suppl 67): 1 - Author: Maria Silvia Lazio, Alberto Vallin, Costanza Giannini, Cecilia Taverna, Giandomenico Maggiore, Massi. Limited to the epithelium: benign lesions or a Ca.

In Situ without signs of microinvasion Can be Diagnostic or Therapeutic II Microinvasive carcinoma Therapeutic III Small superficial cancer of the mobile vocal fold reaching the vocal muscle without deep infiltration Therapeutic IV Almost a T1a cancer with Deep infiltration of the vocal Author: Carlos Miguel Chiesa-Estomba, Jose Angel González-García, Ekhiñe Larruscain, Christian Calvo-Henríqu.

Premalignant lesions of the laryngeal epithelium most commonly involve the glottis. Abnormal appearing mucosal lesions may warrant biopsy for histologic review. 1. Zeitels M. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

Laryngoscope () – doi: / PubMed Abstract | CrossRef Full Text | Google ScholarCited by: 1. The vocal fold epithelium was noted to be adherent to the vocal ligament in 29 of the 75 cases: 19 from previous surgical scarring, 4 from cancer, 3 from sulcus vocalis, 2 from chronic hemorrhage, and 1 from by: Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

Laryngoscope, (3 Pt 2), 1– Google ScholarAuthor: Steven M. Zeitels, Robert E. Hillman. Zeitels 6. noted that this compartment underlies the vibratory epithelium of the musculo‐membranous vocal fold, which can be identified caudally by the inferior arcuate line.

Most series have reported a much higher percentage of women with Reinke's edema; however, this probably reflects the social unacceptability of the voice quality for. Zeitels, S. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

Laryngoscope1–51, doi: / Cited by: Request PDF | Laser Surgery for Head and Neck Cancer | Lasers have broad applications in otolaryngology. The myriad possible uses result from the. “Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management” by S.M.

Zeitels 11 Vocal Fold Paralysis Introduction Classic Articles “Etiology of bilateral abductor vocal cord paralysis. A review of cases” by L.D. Holinger, P.C. Holinger, P.H.

Holinger. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope, (Supplement 67), 1–5 Author: Steven M. Zeitels, Robert E. Hillman. A pilot study was done in 57 cases (36 patients and 97 vocal folds) without complication to evaluate the effectiveness of a nm pulsed dye laser (PDL; μs pulse width, 19 to J/cm 2 fluence, 1- to 2-mm spot size) in the treatment of vocal fold keratosis.

Forty of the 57 cases had bilateral by:   LPR may be a cofactor in the development of dysplastic and premalignant changes in the laryngeal epithelium. When it is, PPI treatment can lead to a reversal of vocal fold leukoplakia and/or epithelial dysplasia in carefully selected patients--that is, in those with coexisting pseudosulcus or interarytenoid erythema or edema.

Microinvasive cancer is a histologic diagnosis and depends on the extent of stromal invasion. The diagnosis of microinvasive cancer cannot be made cytologically because of the inability of cytologists to judge the extent of stromal invasion simply by looking at cellular characteristics alone.

Findings include cellular and nuclear pleomorphism. Imaging the Mucosa of the Human Vocal Fold with Optical Coherence Tomography. James A. Burns, MD, Steven M. Zeitels, MD, Images were obtained through the epithelium and lamina propria.

Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

Laryngoscope ; Cited by: Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope,1– Crossref Medline Google ScholarCited by: Suspension Laryngoscopy and its Practical Use - Volume 29 Issue 7 - Gustav Killian James T.

Analysis of the Forces and Position Required for Direct Laryngoscopic Exposure of the Anterior Vocal Folds. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, Vol Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of Cited by:   The average age of diagnosis of vocal fold keratosis is 50 years, a decade lower than the age of diagnosis of carcinoma larynx.

Leukoplakia or keratosis affects more men than women. The annual incidence in United States is in. Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold. The evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Candidate's thesis to the American Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society, Inc, Google ScholarCited by: Early vocal fold cancer also appear as whitish or reddish lesions, but have abnormal-looking cells that have invaded the boundary of the top layer of the vocal fold.

Early cancer may affect one or both vocal folds and are often referred to as T1 or T2 type vocal fold cancers that have not spread to neck lymph nodes or elsewhere in the body. Diffuse Keratosis of the Larynx with Multicentric Malignant Change Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of phonomicrosurgical agree to abide by our usage policies.

If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your Cited by:   Zeitels SM Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: the evolution of phonomicrosurgical management. Laryngoscope ; (3, pt 2) 1- Cited by:   Difficulties in management of vocal cord precancerous lesions - Volume 92 Issue 4 - Vinko Kambič Premalignant epithelium and microinvasive cancer of the vocal fold: The evolution of phonomicrosurgical management.

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