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What is Laryngeal Fibroma?

Description of the disease

Laryngeal fibroma is a benign tumor that forms from the connective tissue of the larynx.


  • Laryngeal fibroma can be classified as submucosal, intramucosal, or subserosal depending on its location.


Symptoms of laryngeal fibroma may include difficulty swallowing, hoarseness, a sensation of a lump in the throat, or pain when swallowing.


The causes of laryngeal fibroma are not fully understood, but may include inflammation, trauma, or hormonal changes.


Endoscopy, CT, or MRI may be used to diagnose laryngeal fibroma.


Treatment of laryngeal fibroma may include surgical removal of the tumor, laser therapy, or radiation therapy.


Preventing laryngeal fibroma includes a healthy lifestyle, avoiding trauma, and regular visits to the doctor for examination.


Laryngeal fibroma may be treated by an otolaryngologist.

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