Question: A 65 year old male is referred to you for progressive exertional dyspnea and mild dysphagia. He notes symptoms for 3 years that have gradually become more troublesome. Prior treatment for presumed asthma was not beneficial. Laryngoscopy reveals normal vocal fold mobility with fullness in the postcricoid region. A laryngeal CT is obtained that reveals an expansile, lytic lesion of the cricoid cartilage. What is the most likely diagnosis?
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Answer to last week's question, "Water from the Ear" (January 15, 2017)