PMID: 589841Aug 1, 1977

The place of cryosurgery in the treatment of subglottic angiomas of the infant

Clinical Otolaryngology and Allied Sciences
R CharachonP Frappat


The treatment of subglottic angiomas of the infant is not clear since radiotherapy was rejected. Tracheotomy is very often indicated. Spontaneous recovery of angioma may be hoped for, but it is slow. Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen using a 2.5 mm cryoprobe has cured, in a few stages, 3 cases. It has to be employed carefully.


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