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|Fig 1. Subglottic narrowing (“steeple sign”) of croup on frontal|
x-ray of the neck.
|Fig 2. Vascular ring (double aortic arch) on CT of the chest. |
This is a cause of congenital upper airway obstruction.
|Fig 3. Subgottic stenosis another congenital cause of upper airway obstruction, seen on CT scan.|
|Fig 4. Epiglottitis characterized by a round, thick epiglottis ("thumb sign")(arrow), loss of the vallecular air space and thickening of the aryepiglottic folds on lateral neck film.|
Retropharyngeal abscess (arrow) on axial cut (A)
sagittal cut and (B) CT scan.
|Fig 6. Peritonsillar abscess (arrow) on CT scan in a child who developed this as a complication of group A streptococcal pharyngitis|
|Fig 7. Laryngeal papilloma (papillomatosis) in an infant exposed to human papilloma virus at birth.|
Eosophageal foreign body on Frontal (A) and lateral (B) views of the chest x-ray in a child who swallowed a coin.
|Fig 9. Subglottic cyst causing upper airway obstruction in a child|
|Fig 10. Vallecular cyst causing vallecular upper airway obstruction in an infant|
Fig 11. Retrognathia on scout CT scan.
CT 3D reconstruction of retrognathia before (A) and
after (B) mandibular distraction
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