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Total laryngectomy: 3D anatomy

Published:October 25, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.otot.2022.10.005
      Despite the advent of non-surgical treatment options for laryngeal cancer, as well as partial laryngeal surgery for larynx cancer, total laryngectomy remains an important tool in the treatment of larynx cancer and non-functional larynx. With the use of 3-dimensional stereoscopic imaging techniques, total laryngectomy is herein reviewed with an emphasis on understanding the anatomic relationships encountered and considered during this procedure.

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