partial laryngectomy

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partial laryngectomy

incomplete resection of the larynx in which the supraglottic portion is removed preserving the vocal cords.

par·tial la·ryn·gec·to·my

(pahr'shăl lar'in-jek'tŏ-mē)
Incomplete resection of the larynx in which the supraglottic portion is removed, preserving the vocal cords.
Synonym(s): horizontal laryngectomy, supraglottic laryngectomy.
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Open supraglottic laryngectomy. Oper techn otolaryngol head neck surg 2003; 14: 22-6.
The current role of vertical partial laryngectomy and open supraglottic laryngectomy. Curr Probl Cancer 2005; 29: 201-14.
Data Elements for Operative Procedure and Type of Specimen Operative procedure Biopsy (excisional, incisional) Resection Other Type of specimen Trachea Hypopharynx Laryngopharyngectomy Other Larynx Endolaryngeal excision Transoral laser resection Supraglottic laryngectomy Supracricoid laryngectomy Total laryngectomy Vertical hemilaryngectomy Partial laryngectomy Other Table 3.
In supraglottic laryngectomy with TLM, two main disadvantages become prominent.
If a supraglottic laryngectomy is required, the whole supraglottis is resected, including the pre-epiglottic space and the upper half of the thyroid cartilage.
A horizontal supraglottic laryngectomy was performed, and the 0.5-cm tumor was resected.
A mucosa-sparing supraglottic laryngectomy was performed without difficulty.
index (%) Length (mo) ([dagger]) 1 73.10 95 NED 2 74.00 12 DOD after 1 yr 3 44.00 71 NED 4 60.30 42 NED 5 68.40 47 NED 6 44.40 82 NED 7 60.20 51 NED 8 38.90 36 NED 9 65.30 36 NED 10 62.70 108 NED 11 51.10 106 AWD (lung and brain metastasis 12 75.40 36 NED 13 71.20 16 NED 14 46.40 15 NED 15 47.50 52 NED TL = total laryngectomy; ND = neck dissection; SSL = subtotal supraglottic laryngectomy; PORT = postoperative radiation therapy; NTL = near-total laryngectomy; CHP = cricohyoidopexy.
A case treated by supraglottic laryngectomy. Arch Otolaryngol 1970;91:304-5.
18, and she underwent a supraglottic laryngectomy and bilateral anterior neck dissections (figure 3).
(6) The technique is similar to a total laryngectomy on the more-involved side and a supraglottic laryngectomy on the less-involved side.
The patient returned for treatment and underwent a supraglottic laryngectomy with negative surgical margins and a left modified neck dissection.