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Case Report

Squamous Cell Carcinoma Originating from Adult Laryngeal Papillomatosis: Case Report and Review of the Literature

Table 1

Clinical information of adult patient’s onset who developed SCC and was reported in the English language literature.

Author(s), yearAgeGenderRRPRisk factorsHPV

Byhardt et al, 1988 [6]61MaleYesSmoker and RxtNR
Kashima et al, 1988 [7]28MaleYesRxt6
Zarod et al, 1988 [8]72FemaleYesNR6
Lindeberg et al, 1989 [9]62.5MaleYesSmokerNegative
Lindeberg et al, 1989 [9]34.4MaleYesNRNegative
Hasan et al, 1995 [10]30MaleYesNonsmoker, without RxtNR
Pou et al, 1995 [11]46MaleYesNonsmoker16
Sakakura et al, 1996 [12]63FemaleYesNonsmoker18
Klozar et al, 1997 [13]81MaleYesNRNR
Klozar et al, 1997 [13]58FemaleYesNRNR
Klozar et al, 1997 [13]56MaleNoNRNR
Behl et al, 2001 [14]28MaleYesNonsmokerNR
Azadamaki et al, 2013 [15]77MaleYesNonsmokerNR
Hao et al, 2013 [16]52MaleNoPassive smoker16/18
Hasegawa et al, 2013 [17]75MaleYesNR11
Jeong et al, 2009 [18]55MaleYesNR6, 11
Jeong et al, 2009 [18]64MaleYesNRNR
Ilmarinen et al, 2014 [19]MaleYes7 smokers, 2 nonsmokersNR
Zhang et al, 2015 [20]43MaleNoMultiple sex partners, second-hand smokerNR
Present study47MaleNoNo16/18

RRP: recurrent respiratory papillomatosis; Rxt: radiotherapy; NR: not reported. The authors described 9 cases of malignancy, all were male and the mean age was 62 years (range: 41–79).

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