Mitomycin C

A medication that can help to reduce a scarring response in the larynx . BVI physicians typically use Mitomycin C topically, e.g., after lysis of [intlink id=”197″ type=”post”]glottic web[/intlink]; to prevent [intlink id=”204″ type=”post”]granulation[/intlink] response, as after [intlink id=”602″ type=”post”]transverse cordotomy[/intlink]. Mitomycin C is more commonly used as a [intlink id=”77″ type=”post”]cancer[/intlink] chemotherapy agent outside the field of laryngology.

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