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[Tracheobronchial compression by congenital tumors].
Chir Pediatr. 1984; 25(4-5):279-83.CP

Abstract

The writer reports on 21 observations of congenital cervicomediastinal tumors with respiratory distress by tracheo-bronchic compression (7 cystic hygromas, 4 hemangiomas, 8 teratomas, 2 thymic cysts), and review the literature about: frequence of respiratory troubles caused by these tumors (44% among benign mediastinal tumors, younger than 2 years child); and their etiopathology: tracheal compression by tumor (cystic hygroma, teratoma), tracheal invasion (hemangioma), post surgical tracheomalacia, nervous lesions; diagnostic (Xray, TDM, endoscopy) and therapeutic (intubation, tracheostomy) accessments in pre and postoperative periods.

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fre

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6509698

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Chappuis, J P.. "[Tracheobronchial Compression By Congenital Tumors]." Chirurgie Pediatrique, vol. 25, no. 4-5, 1984, pp. 279-83.
Chappuis JP. [Tracheobronchial compression by congenital tumors]. Chir Pediatr. 1984;25(4-5):279-83.
Chappuis, J. P. (1984). [Tracheobronchial compression by congenital tumors]. Chirurgie Pediatrique, 25(4-5), 279-83.
Chappuis JP. [Tracheobronchial Compression By Congenital Tumors]. Chir Pediatr. 1984;25(4-5):279-83. PubMed PMID: 6509698.
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