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Wegener's granulomatosis: isolated involvement of the trachea and larynx.
  1. D Hellmann,
  2. T Laing,
  3. M Petri,
  4. D Jacobs,
  5. R Crumley,
  6. M Stulbarg
  1. Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.

    Abstract

    A 26 year old man with subacute hoarseness and stridor was shown to have Wegener's granulomatosis isolated to the trachea and larynx. Although isolated laryngeal Wegener's is unusual, a review of the literature suggests that early treatment with cyclophosphamide is warranted.

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