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Glycogenic acanthosis is a common benign lesion of the esophagus; however, reports of extra-esophageal manifestations are exceedingly rare. This case represents the first report of laryngeal glycogenic acanthosis found in a living patient, presenting as vocal fold leukoplakia. Glycogenic acanthosis may be considered among the differential diagnoses of conditions presenting as vocal fold leukoplakia. Laryngoscope, 132:1641-1643, 2022. © 2021 The American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Inc.


Andrea M Plawecki, Christian E Keller, Ross M Mayerhoff. Glycogenic Acanthosis: An Unusual Cause of Vocal Fold Leukoplakia. The Laryngoscope. 2022 Aug;132(8):1641-1643

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