[Pediatric] Atlas of Chonic Acute Upper Airway Obstruction-Laryngo Malacia, Chonic Acute Upper Airway Obstruction-Laryngo Malacia, atlas in medical, atlas in medicine, tuyenlab.net
|Fig 1. Multiple views of laryngomalacia in one infant. Note the|
omega-shaped epiglottis and prolapse of redundant supraglottic
tissue into the airway.
|Fig 2. Subglottic stenosis. Note the true vocal cords laterally|
and the area of airway narrowing seen just distally in the subglottis.
|Fig 3a. Endoscopic view of a normal trachea.|
|Fig 3b. Endoscopic view of tracheomalacia. Note the anterior-posterior collapse of the trachea|
seen just above the carina.
|Fig 4. Bilateral vocal cord paralysis with right and left true|
vocal cords sitting in a paramedian position.
|Fig 5. Supraglottoplasty. Foreshortened aryepiglottic folds are|
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