Hemangioma of the Larynx
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The diagnosis of hemangioma is established by clinical findings and history in most cases although ultrasound, computer tomography, and particularly magnetic resonance imaging may be helpful in certain situations. MRI can accurately determine the extent of the lesion and the finding of serpentine high-volume flow voids surrounded by nonvascular soft tissue is characteristic of hemangiomas Biopsy is rarely indicated and may be dangerous.
International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies
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