Isolated vocal cord aspergillosis in a professional flute player – A case report

Conclusions An isolated fungal infection of the larynx is a rare clinical entity and often simulates a premalignant condition or squamous cell carcinoma. Early identification and treatment of this isolated fungal lesion in the vocal cords are important to prevent spread to other parts of the larynx and outside of the larynx.
Source: Polish Annals of Medicine - Category: Journals (General) Source Type: research

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