alexa Supraglottic Obstruction in an Adult with Inspiratory Arytenoid Cartilage Prolapse

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Supraglottic Obstruction in an Adult with Inspiratory Arytenoid Cartilage Prolapse

The most common cause of stridor and dyspnea in infants is LM. The nominal derivation of this congenital condition arises from the Greek word “malakia”, which refers to morbid softening of an organ part. It has been sub-classified into 3 primary variants: Type 1 is characterized by antero-medial prolapse or collapse of the bodies of the arytenoid cartilages over the laryngeal inlet. In Type 2, the antero-posterior dimension of the airway is significantly reduced by abnormally short aryepiglottic folds.

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