|Authors||Glazer TA, Spector ME, McHugh J, Hogikyan ND|
|Journal||Laryngoscope Volume: 123 Issue: 8 Pages: 1948-51|
|Publish Date||2013 Aug|
Osteoblastoma is a slow-growing, locally destructive benign bone neoplasm, rarely occurring in the laryngeal cartilage. We present the case of a professional voice user diagnosed with laryngeal osteoblastoma after microdirect laryngoscopy and endoscopic biopsy. Her treatment required a unique operation, with elements of partial laryngectomy and maintenance of vital endolaryngeal soft tissues, in order to optimize vocal outcome.