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Hi, guys. My little niece had some problem with her throat. She doesn’t have an infection or anything viral at all. However, there is something that she bothers her. My neighbor suspects on juvenile papillomatosis of the larynx. I must admit that I have never heard about this before. What is that if I may ask?

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Hi to you too. Juvenile papillomatosis is quite common for kids. It is caused by human papilloma virus (HPV). The papilloma appear in larynx and trachea. Stridor is usual symptom. As the papilloma grow, the symptoms get worse. It can lead to a severe airway obstruction if they are not treated on time. In this case, usually interferon is recommended as a treatment option. If you need more details, consult an expert. I hope everything will be all right with your niece.
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