1. Laryngeal radionecrosis is manifested clinically by dysphagia, odynophagia, respiratory obstruction, hoarseness, and recurrent aspiration. The vast majority of patients who develop laryngeal radionecrosis present with these symptoms within 1 year of treatment; however, delayed presentations have been reported up to 25 years after radiotherapy.
  2. Fibrosis, necrosis, and, eventually, stenosis of the airway usually develop months to years after exposure to radiation treatment. Distal tracheal necrosis is a rare complication after radiation. This case illustrates a late presentation of chondronecrosis of the distal trachea and bilateral main bronchi.
  3. Aug 01,  · Radiation Necrosis of the Larynx: Etiology and Management | JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery | JAMA Network. The response of the larynx to radical doses of radiotherapy varies from mild erythema to severe inflammation with edema and induration, possibly leading to necr. [Skip to Content]Cited by:
  4. Jan 15,  · The rate of clearance of the oedema is related to radiation dose, volume of tissue radiated, addition of neck dissection and size and extent of the original lesion. The most common complication, persistent laryngeal oedema, occurs in % of patients who receive a dose less than 70 Gy but rises to % with doses of 70 Gy or trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfo by:
  5. Under certain circumstances laryngeal cartilage damage following radiation therapy can take place. Two cases of post‐radiation perichondritis with cartilage necrosis are reported, and the factors predisposing to its development, the methods of treatment, and the techniques of radiation therapy are discussed.
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  8. Post-radiation necrosis of the larynx is a major complication after irradiation and has become rare. Recently, combined chemotherapy and radiation therapy has been introduced for head and neck tumours. The authors report a case of laryngeal necrosis after combination therapy for a patient with cervical lymph node metastases of nasopharyngeal carcinoma and review the literature on late laryngeal necrosis.
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