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3) Few cases of LTGDC causing acute respiratory distress have been reported to date.
6) LTGDCs can be distinguished from most other lesions on direct laryngoscopy by their typical appearance as a midline mass located immediately posterior to the foramen cecum.
Regardless of whether the patient is symptomatic, LTGDCs warrant surgical excision because of their potential to become inflamed and cause airway obstruction.