We report a renal cell carcinoma which presented as a metastasis to the larynx. The only preoperative clue to the diagnosis was its hypervascularity.
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Marlowe, S.D., Swartz, J.D., Koenigsberg, R. et al. Metastatic hypernephroma to the larynx: an unusual presentation. Neuroradiology 35, 242–243 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00588507