Vocal cords paralysis
True statement about Infrglottic carcinoma larynx: (DNB Dec 2012)
|A||Commonly spreads to mediastinal nodes|
|B||Second most common carcinoma|
|C||Most common carcinoma|
|D||Spreads to submetal nodes|
o. Subglottic cancer is the rarest of laryngeal cancer.
p. Earliest presentation is a globus or foreign body sensation in throat followed by stridor or laryngeal obstruction.
q. Hoarseness is a late feature and occurs due to involvement of glottis or recurrent laryngeal nerve.
r. Lymphatic spread occurs to prelaryngeal, pretracheal, paratracheal and lower jugular nodes (. mediastinal nodes.)