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Benign Throat Tumors

Description of the disease

Benign throat tumors are new formations that are not malignant. They can occur in various parts of the throat, such as the larynx, pharynx, and para-pharyngeal spaces.


  • Adenomas
  • Papillomas
  • Fibromas


  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Voice changes
  • Pain or discomfort in the throat


The causes of benign throat tumors can be diverse, including genetic predisposition, exposure to harmful environmental factors, and throat trauma.


To establish a diagnosis, it is necessary to perform endoscopy, biopsy, and computerized tomography (CT) of the larynx.


Treatment of benign throat tumors may include surgical removal of the tumor, laser therapy, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.


Prevention of benign throat tumors includes avoiding harmful habits such as smoking and alcohol abuse, as well as timely seeking medical attention when alarming symptoms appear.


Treatment of benign throat tumors is carried out by an otolaryngologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.