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RECURRENT RESPIRATORY PAPILLOMA CASE QUESTIONS

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Q. WHY DOES TRACHEAL PAPILLOMA INCREASE EXPLOSIVELY AFTER TRACHEOSTOMY?

  • After tracheostomy, there is a disruption of the tracheal mucosa blanket which has a protective role causing the explosive increase of the papilloma.

Q. HOW MANY PERCENTAGE OF PATIENT WITH RRP DEVELOP BRONCHIAL INVOLVEMENT?

  • 2 % of all affected patient will eventually develop bronchial involvement.
  • RRP is usually multiple on the onset whereas single on quiescent stage.

Q. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF REMISSION OF RRP ACCORDANCE TO AGE?

  • Chances of remission is greatest if the disease is present between the age of 6-10 years.
  • Chances of remission in patent :
  1. <16 years= 46%
  2. >16 years = 26%

Q. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF REMISSION OF RRP ACCORDANCE TO SITE?

  1. Larynx: 48%
  2. Tracheobrinchial tree: 27 %
  3. Lungs: 0-3%
  4. Extralaryngeal spread: 1%

Q. WHY IS RADIOTHERAPY CONTRAINDICATED IN RRP?

  • Radiotherapy is contraindicated in RRP because of the risk of malignant change of RRP into the squamous cell carcinoma.
  • Surgical extirpation is the better option.

 

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