- Commonly due to upper respiratory tract infection, overuse of voice, heavy exposure to tobacco smoke or alcohol
- Lymphocytic infiltrate with variable plasma cells and histiocytes
- Variable epithelial hyperplasia
End of Larynx and hypopharynx > Inflammatory / infectious lesions > Chronic (nonspecific) laryngitis
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