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Surgical strategies for glottic carcinoma with a giant thyroid tumor. A case report and literature review
Description of strategies for preventing surgical complications in the treatment of laryngeal carcinomas associated with
giant thyroid cancer. For this study, the clinical data of an elderly patient with laryngeal carcinoma associated with a large thyroid tumor, diabetes and hypertension were used. The patient’s tumor was removed with simultaneous surgery performed by the thyroid surgery department and the laryngeal surgery department; the patient was followed for more than 3 years and the scars of tracheal granulation and laryngeal adhesions were removed with repeated laser interventions. The literature review was carried out on the Wanfang database, on the China How Net database and on the MEDLINE database via Computer. The final research keywords used for the study were “squamous cell carcinoma” and “glottis” or “larynx” / “larynx”, “surgery”, “thyroid cancer” and “simultaneous surgery”. RESULTS: After completion of the intervention, the nasogastric tube and tracheal cannula were successfully removed, the glottis was successfully reconstituted and oral respiration, phonation and oral feeding were normally resumed. CONCLUSION: The multidisciplinary approach for the simultaneous removal of a laryngeal carcinoma associated with a bulky thyroid tumor in elderly subjects with multi-system and multi-organ damage has been successfully implemented. There are only a few such cases presented in the literature to illustrate risk prevention strategies for postoperative complications, including postoperative infection, extubation difficulties and loss of speech, which deserve to be known.