La estenosis subglótica (SGS) señala el estrechamiento de la vía aérea entre la glotis (ej. cuerdas vocales) y el cartílago cricoides. La estenosis laringotraqueal. Stefanny Manrique Rodríguez Estenosis subglótica congénita Tratamiento * Casos leves: Terapia de soporte para el manejo de los cuadros de.

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Prolonged nasotracheal intubation in infants and children. J Pediatr Surg, 10pp. Interactive cardiovascular and thoracic surgery ; Morphology The morphology shape of LTS can subglotkca in clarification of the underlying etiology; it also impacts flow dynamics and consequently the severity of symptoms and treatment options.

Extent of stenosis The vertical length, location of the stenosis, and the presence or absence of multifocal disease significantly affects treatment options.

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Effects of tracheal stenosis on flow dynamics in upper human airways. Plast Reconst Surg, 68pp. The location of stenosis also affects management decisions and outcomes and thus this fstenosis must be included in the classification systems of LTS.


Two patients required tracheo-tomy, one after electrocoagulation and one because of a restenosis of the anatomosis after surgical resection of the congenital stenotic region.

Clinical manifestation of mediastinal fibrosis and histoplasmosis. Most of the times this stenosis is secondary to pro-longed tracheal intubation.

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Arch Otolaryngol, 82pp. A subset of complex stenosis which has a specific morphology is pseudoglottic or A-shaped stenosis, caused by cartilaginous fracture following tracheostomy Figure.

Management of adquired tracheal obstruction in infancy. Severity of airway narrowing The degree of airway narrowing is more physiologically relevant than the vertical extent of the stenotic segment Neonatal intensive care, pp. Intubation injuries of the trachea in children.

Primary reconstruction of airway after resection of subglottic laryngeal and upper tracheal stenosis. A review of its development in a pediatric hospital. Evaluation of tracheobronchial lesions with spiral CT: Complication of benign tracheobronchial strictures by self-expanding metal stents. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery ; Normal diet sstenosis with some difficulty swallowing 3. Radiol Clin North Am, 16pp.

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Evaluation and Classifications of Laryngotracheal Stenosis

Pediatric pulmonology ; 9: The Laryngoscope ; Two subsites involved Stage 3: Subglltica Otol Rhinol Laryngol, 80pp. Death as a result of a direct complication of airway disease Voice V 1. Congenital funnel-shaped tracheal stenosis.

BronchAtlas Extent of Tracheal Stenosis. Varying tracheal cross-sectional area during respiration in infants and children with suspected upper airway obstruction by computed cinetomography scanning. Continuing navigation will be considered as acceptance of this use. In general, stenotic segments involving the larynx are not amenable to simple circumferential resection due to the anatomic course of the recurrent laryngeal nerve, and require anterior resection of the cricoid cartilage, performed through a cervical incision, with sparing of the posterior cricoid plate Beyond dictating available treatment modalities, the morphology i.

Functional status, Extent and location of stenosis, Morphology shape of stenosis, Origin or etiologyand Severity of the airway lumen narrowing Table 3.