An unreported case of metachronous coexistence of laryngeal pseudolymphoma and squamous cell carcinoma is described. The long follow-up of the patient (above 11 years), without any evidence of lymphoreticular disease elsewhere, was in favor of a diagnosis of lymphoid hyperplasia of the larynx. The occurrence in the same organ of a squamous cell carcinoma has allowed the thorough investigation of the reactive lesion. The additional cases of laryngeal pseudolymphoma reported in the English literature are reviewed.
- Laryngeal pathology
- Laryngeal pseudolymphoma
- Metachronous laryngeal lesions
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