laryngocele


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laryngocele

 [lah-ring´go-sēl]
a congenital anomalous air sac communicating with a cavity of the larynx; it may produce a tumorlike lesion visible on the outside of the neck.

la·ryn·go·cele

(lă-ring'gō-sēl),
An air sac communicating with the larynx through the ventricle, often bulging outward through the thyrohyoid membrane into the tissue of the neck, especially during coughing and playing of wind instruments.
[laryngo- + G. kēlē, hernia]

la·ryn·go·cele

(lă-ring'gō-sēl)
An air sac communicating with the larynx through the ventricle, often bulging outward into the tissue of the neck, especially during coughing.
[laryngo- + G. kēlē, hernia]
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Salivary gland neoplasms, thyroglossal duct cyst, laryngocele, teratoma, dermoid cyst, thymic cyst, paraganglioma, neurinoma and lipomas should be considered in differential diagnosis.
Laryngocele is a cystic dilation of the laryngeal saccule, which is in communication with the laryngeal lumen.
The possible differential diagnosis for internal jugular Phlebectasia are laryngocele (most common), arteriovenous malformations, cavernous haemangioma, brachial cyst and cystic hygroma.3 In this letter we discuss a case misdiagnosed and how it should have been treated properly.
We saw no submucosal mass in the false cord suggestive of internal laryngocele and no pooling of saliva.
Other rare swelling which are correlated 100% were branchial cleft cyst, laryngocele, lymphangioma, parapharyngeal abscess and parotitis.
A lateral cervical cyst in a neonate has several differential diagnoses, including PSF, lateral cervical cyst, branchial cyst, bronchogenic cyst, vascular malformation and thymic cyst, foregut duplication cyst, and external laryngocele [1].
Enlargement of the neck mass on Valsalva maneuver observed in this condition limits the differential diagnoses to laryngocele and superior mediastinal cyst or tumor, branchial cyst, cystic hygroma, and cavernous haemangioma.
Combined laryngocele secondary to localized laryngeal amyloidosis.
The differential diagnosis of such swellings includes a laryngocele, goiter, a cystic hygroma, a large Zenker's diverticulum, and phlebectasia of the internal jugular vein.
Popescu, "Laryngocele associated with laryngeal carcinoma," Romanian Journal of Morphology and Embryology, vol.
The commonly encountered benign lesions of the larynx are vocal cord polyps, vocal nodules, tuberculosis of larynx, laryngocele, laryngeal web, epiglottic cysts, and subglottic hemangioma.
Laryngocele is an uncommon condition characterized by abnormal dilatation and elongation of the saccule of laryngeal ventricle of Morgagni [1].