EITTExperience Is the Teacher
EITTEuropean Institute for Telecommunication Technology
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Though EITT has been found anywhere from glottis to tracheal bifurcation, its most common appearance is as a submucosal mass on the lateral subglottic and upper tracheal wall [17-19].
Symptomatic EITT causes difficulty in breathing, cough, stridor, and dysphagia.
The findings suggestive of malignancy of EITT include multiple nodules, ulceration, and bleeding.
Radionuclide studies are highly sensitive and specific in detecting functional EITT [24].