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Near-total Laryngectomy: An Oncologically Safe Alternative
International Journal of Phonosurgery & Laryngology
Traditional treatment for advanced transglottic laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancers is wide field laryngectomy. Patients who undergo wide field laryngectomy must also undergo voice rehabilitation with a prosthesis, electrolarynx or esophageal speech. These are associated with compli cations, such as bloating of the stomach, stenosis, aspiration and difficulty with hygiene of the TEP prosthesis. Near-total laryn gec tomy is a surgical treatment modality, where speech is maintained by way of adoi:10.5005/jp-journals-10023-1076 fatcat:smcilqz2rnffrnfsyfcabqklmm