Nov 1, 1996

Technique of management of subglottic stenosis

Chest Surgery Clinics of North America
F G Pearson


There have been innumerable approaches to the management of subglottic stenosis, which bear testimony to the difficulty in obtaining predictably satisfactory results. Management includes techniques of endoscopic dilation, laser resection, laryngofissure and stenting, and an ingenious array of plastic reconstructions with or without postoperative stenting. On occasion, permanent intubation with a conventional distal tracheotomy or a silicone rubber T tube may be used.

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Anastomosis, Surgical
Rima Glottidis Structure
Stent, Device
Intubation, Intratracheal
Tracheotomy Procedure
Bronchoscopic Surgical Procedures
Cardiomyopathy, Dilated
Postoperative Complications
Acquired Laryngeal Stenosis

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