Laryngomalacia

Increased collapsibility of the larynx.

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Recent Cases of Laryngomalacia

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A neonate presented with respiratory distress just after birth.Baby has no tachypnea (RR =35-45) but chest retractions( ...See More

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Two pathologies I can think of 1. H - type TEF . Can be ruled out with urograffin dye ingestion followed by serial xray under C-ARM. ( Also see with OG tube feeding and see for distress) 2. TTNB Supracostal retractions are suggestive of ...


Top Cases of Laryngomalacia

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2 months old male child having mild distress and significant sternal retractions without any other complaints. Feeding e...See More

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Mostly laryngomalacia . Just observe if no failure to thrive . Give calcium & vit D supplement. I am doing bronchoscopies as iam a paediatric pulmonologist also if there is failure to thrive or repeated LRTI or sudden choking episodes as on...


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