Juvenile Laryngeal Papillomatosis in a 30-Month-Old Girl
February 01, 2008
The patient had been born at term following an uncomplicated pregnancy and labor. Her growth and development were appropriate. Her immunizations were up-to-date. At about 1 year of age, she began to have "wheezing" episodes. Moderate persistent asthma was diagnosed, and treatment with fluticasone and inhaled albuterol was initiated.