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O. Kolesnikova, Candidate of Medical Sciences Acad. I.P. Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University

Multiple surgical interventions into the larynx could not produce a stable result because of rescarring in the described clinical observation of a female patient with cicatrical and paralytic laryngeal stenosis and tracheosoma. A gluten-free diet was recommended due to the found gluten susceptibility. As a consequence the manifestations of pharyngolaryngeal reflux were alleviated, which could preserve the steady-state lumen of the glottis after the laryngeal scar was dissected.

cicatrical laryngeal stenosis
gluten-free diet
gluten susceptibility

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