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To Stitch or Not to Stitch: Laryngeal cleft type 1

Study about Laryngeal cleft type 1 and whether or not to perform a repair with stitches.

The role of direct laryngoscopy in the diagnosis of laryngeal cleft

Objective: To identify the presenting features of a laryngeal cleft in children. To compare rigid and flexi- ble endoscopic methods available for identifying la- ryngeal cleft and determine their utility. Methods:

Laryngeal Clefts

This article is explains the background, grading an embryology of laryngeal clefts. Furthermore it describes possibles associations with other disorders and shows what methods can be used to repair the laryngeal clefts after a proper diagnosis. Just click on the links listed in the overview to read more about the specific subject.

Type 1 Laryngeal Cleft A Multidimensional Management Algorithm

Importance  Early diagnosis and assessment in children with type 1 laryngeal cleft are essential in preventing aspiration and associated comorbidity.

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