transglottic

trans·glot·tic

(trans-glot'ik),
Vertical crossing of the glottis, as in the spread of carcinoma from the supraglottic to the infraglottic area.

trans·glot·tic

(trans-glot'ik)
Vertical crossing of the glottis, as in the spread of carcinoma from the supraglottic to the infraglottic area.
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Involvement of these spaces results in upstaging of the disease (worst outcome) and allows for transglottic spread.
Most of the patients presented in stage-3 about 50% followed by stage 2 (40%), most of the glottis tumours presented in stage 2, supraglottic transglottic and subglottic in stage 3.
Flexible endoscopy detected a transglottic tumor that had extended beyond the vocal folds.
From the 18 laryngeal cancer patients, 12 (67%) were classified as transglottic, 3 (17%) were supraglottic, 2 (11%) were glottic and only 1 patient (5%) had subglottic carcinoma.
We report a rare case of laryngeal paraganglioma that presented as a transglottic lesion in a 68-year-old man.
During this procedure, a left-sided transglottic web was identified, and the biopsies obtained were sent to the histopathology department.
We present what to the best of our knowledge is the first case of a pediatric MEC of the larynx with transglottic involvement.
There were 9 supraglottic and 6 transglottic tumors in the BSCC group; the SCC controls were matched for both tumor stage and site.
4%) patients; 2 patients had subglottic involvement, and 2 had transglottic involvement (6.
While cases of primary cutaneous zygomycosis (1-4) and primary tracheal zygomycosis (5-7) have been reported, to the best of our knowledge, ours is the first reported case of both cutaneous and extensive transglottic zygomycosis.
Computed tomography (CT) of the neck confirmed the presence of a transglottic mass.