Multiple laryngeal papillomatosis
The juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis is the most frequent benign tumour of the larynx. In Sir Morrel MacKenzie describes papillomas as pharyngo-laryngeal lesions at a child, and the term of juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis has been introduced by Chevalier Jakson in The etiological agent is HPV types 6 and 11 and the section of the respiratory tract the most frequently infected is the squamocolumelar junction.
Juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis is a disease more multiple laryngeal papillomatosis between 3 and 5 years, characterised by multiple relapses and exuberant growth at the level of the laryngeal mucosa. The annual costs of the treatment of this disease are over million USD.
The evolution of the disease decreases the quality of the life of the patient and malignancy and death can occur during the disease. Objectives: bringing new informations about multiple laryngeal papillomatosis etiology, the diagnosis and the treatment of the disease for the specialties that deal with this pathology, especially multiple laryngeal papillomatosis and otolaryngologists.
The evolution of the patients with laryngeal papillomatosis multiple laryngeal papillomatosis on the early diagnosis and the corresponding treatment. Material and method: using data from the literature of specialty and the clinical experience in the ENT Clinic in Timisoara we present actualities in the epidemiology, the diagnosis and the treatment in the juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis.
Conclusions: juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis is caused by the HPV types 6 and The treatment follows two objectives: relapses and the reestablishment of the respiratory and phonatory function.