Lessons Learned From a Failed Intubation of a Patient With a
Laryngeal cysts are infrequent, usually benign casual findings during laryngeal exploration. They can be classified according to their size, location, content, and relation to the laryngeal mucosa. Ductal cysts, which are formed by distended glandular ducts clogged by mucous retention, represent 75% of cases....

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