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NJBMS - Volume 6, Issue 4, April - June 2016

Pages: 175-177

JUVENILE LARYNGEAL PAPILLOMATOSIS – A CASE REPORT

Author: JYOTHI B LINGEGOWDA, SHUBHA S, RAMKUMAR KURPAD R, PRAKASH H MUDDEGOWDA

Category: Pathology

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Abstract:

We report a rare case of juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis in a 7 year old male child. The child was born through normal vaginal delivery and had recurrent episodes of dyspnoea, stridor and noisy breathing during sleep since an year. Laryngoscopy revealed multiple papillary lesions and histopathological confirmation of squamous papilloma was given. Virological studies demonstrated HPV. Mothers HPV status was not available.

Keywords: JLP, HPV, child

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