A Rare Cause for the Presentation of Dysphagia

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Dysphagia is a commonly encountered symptom in hospital Otolaryngology departments, often requiring further investigation and treatment. We report a cause of dysphagia not previously documented in the medical literature; new onset larygo-pharyngeal fistula felt to be a delayed complication of curative radiotherapy for a glottic carcinoma, thirteen years previously.


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  • Authors: Louise M Evans, Adam Shakir, Mohamed M Abo Khatwa & Hisham Zeitoun
  • Keywords: Dysphagia, Radiotherapy, Videofluroscopy, Laryngopharyngeal fistula.
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