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From: Dysphonia as a sign of HPV laryngeal infection: a case report

Figure 1

Laringeal videolaryngostroboscopy along with Histopathology. (A) Closed vocal fold. Normal anatomical pharyngolaryngeal sites (B) Open vocal fold. Suggestive signs of pharyngolaryngeal reflux and retrocricoid and interarytenoidal edema and presence of papillomatous lesion. (C) Histopathology image. (D) Videolaryngostroboscopy after excision.

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