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  • Cricotracheal resection for adult subglottic stenosis: Factors predicting treatment failure. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope 2019Jethwa AR, Hasan W, … Gullane PJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: CTR and TTA are excellent surgical approaches for adult patients with subglottic stenosis. In this study, 5% of patients required permanent tracheostomy. Factors predicting treatment failure include traumatic stenosis, longer T-tube duration, combined glottic/subglottic stenosis, start of stenosis at the level of vocal cords, postoperative minor complications, and need for repeat surgery.
  • Posterior laryngofissure using a surgical contact diode laser: an experimental feasibility study. [Journal Article]
    Lasers Med Sci 2019; 34(7):1441-1448Menezes AQ, Cardoso PFG, … Pêgo-Fernandes PM
  • To evaluate the feasibility of a 980-nm contact diode laser (CDL) as a method for creating a posterior laryngofissure in live pigs. Twenty-eight Landrace pigs (15-20 kg) were anesthetized, intubated, ventilated, and submitted to a cervical tracheostomy. An anterior and posterior midline longitudinal laryngofissure incision was created according to randomization-control (n = 4), posterior laryngof…
  • Factors associated with epiglottic petiole prolapse repositioning success. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope 2019; 129(9):1984-1988Bergeron M, de Alarcon A, … Rutter MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with petiole prolapse have a history of complete laryngofissure and multiple open airway surgeries. Pre-epiglottic fat debulking and longer stent placement at the time of the repositioning surgery appear to significantly increase the long-term success rate.
  • Thyroid Cartilage Window Approach to Extract a Foreign Body after Migration into the Paraglottic Space. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Otolaryngol 2018; 2018:3590580Alkhudher S, AlObaid F, Shafi S
  • We report a case of fish bone impaction in the paraglottic space, which caused palsy of the left vocal cord. The patient was a 45-year-old man. He presented with throat pain and hoarseness of voice for approximately one week. The diagnosis was made after careful history taking and confirmed by the use of computed tomography scan as the fish bone was not visible endoscopically under local and gene…
  • Recurrence of Giant Cell Tumor of The Larynx. [Case Reports]
    J Craniofac Surg 2018; 29(3):e230-e232Acikalin RM, Özsan AV, … Kaya H
  • Giant cell tumor of the larynx is a rare tumor. It was first reported by Wessely et al in 1940. Thirty-nine cases have been reported until now and together with the current case 2 recurrences were encountered. In this case report, our aim was to discuss conservative management because of the suspicion of recurrence. A 70-year-old male patient was admitted to our clinic with the complaint of hoars…
  • Cricoid malformation and endolaryngeal submucosal drilling - a possible technique. [Case Reports]
    J Med Life 2017 Jul-Sep; 10(3):194-196Zamfir-Chiru-Anton A, Stanciu AE, Gheorghe DC
  • Cricoid malformations vary according to their severity and anatomic features. Some of them get a delayed diagnosis in spite of the complex medical care. Objective: To present a case with a laryngeal malformation and our surgery technique. Material, method: A case presentation of a cannulated child, who previously had a heart surgery, with difficult decannulation.
  • Anesthesia management for a case of laryngeal keel placement. [Case Reports]
    Saudi J Anaesth 2017 Oct-Dec; 11(4):486-489Gosavi K, Dey P, … Salunke A
  • Congenital laryngeal web is a rare anomaly with incidence of 1 in 10,000 births. Its clinical presentation may range from an asymptomatic patient or mild hoarseness of voice to severe respiratory stridor. The primary goals of surgical intervention for congenital laryngeal web are to establish a patent airway and to achieve a good voice quality. As recurrence rate after plain excision of laryngeal…
  • A Misdiagnosed Laryngeal Web: Treated with an Innovative Self-Made Keel. [Case Reports]
    J Clin Diagn Res 2017; 11(5):MD04-MD06Parelkar KA, Thorawade VP, … Pareek AH
  • Laryngeal web is a rare congenital anomaly. Late presentation at the age of 10 years as in our case, with misleading diagnosis of asthma in a Cohen's type III glottic web is even rarer. In cases of congenital laryngeal web the aim is to provide a patent airway and to achieve a good voice quality. Regardless of the technique used; the primary concern is recurrence. Traditionally, the treatment of …
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