The cardinal triad of new-onset laryngeal RRP includes hoarseness (dysphonia) that progresses to the development of inspiratory stridor and progresses further to respiratory distress. Cough is a frequently associated symptom. Snoring, in contrast, is more a manifestation of upper airway (ie, nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal) obstruction.
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