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Vocal cord palsy in pediatric practice: a review of 71 cases.
TLDR
There should be no hurry to perform surgical procedures to permanently lateralize the vocal cords or arytenoids in children with vocal cord palsy, because of the possibility of late spontaneous recovery or compensation.
Laryngeal papillomatosis in children.
TLDR
Thirty-one cases of juvenile papillomatosis of the larynx treated in the Department of Otolaryngology at the Hospital for Sick Children are reviewed and various types of treatment reported from the literature are discussed.
Surgical Correction of Subglottic Stenosis of the Larynx
  • B. Fearon, R. Cotton
  • Medicine
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology
  • 1 August 1972
TLDR
The generally accepted opinion is that the child may possibly need a tracheotomy for many years, and the airway can be improved by repeated dilatations, and eventually decannulization can be accomplished.
Orbital‐facial complications of sinusitis in children
TLDR
In a 25‐year period at the Hospital for Sick Children, 6,770 patients with the diagnosis of sinusitis were reviewed and 159 of these had orbital‐facial complications, with no deaths in non‐malignant disease and two patients developed permanent optic atrophy.
Surgical correction of subglottic stenosis of the larynx. Clinical results of the Fearon-Cotton operation.
Thirty-five cases of subglottic stenosis were treated by one of the authors during the 6-1/2 year period January 1970 to June 1976 inclusive. Six of these failed to respond to routine management by
The Management of Long Term Airway Problems in Infants and Children
  • B. Fearon, D. Ellis
  • Medicine
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology
  • 1 October 1971
TLDR
This subject material cannot be presented in detail but an attempt will be made to select the more important conditions and features of long term airway problems in infants and children.
LXXX Tracheal Dimensions in the Living Infant; (Preliminary Report)
  • B. Fearon, J. Whalen
  • Medicine
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology
  • 1 December 1967
In spite of the fact that in the literature there are many references to tracheal measurements in the human based on cadaver or radiological studies, there are no direct measurements of the trachea
Interferon alfa‐n1 (wellferon)® in juvenile onset recurrent respiratory papillomatosis: Results of a randomized study in twelve collaborative institutions
TLDR
It is concluded that interferon alpha n‐1 is an effective adjuvant to surgery in RRP management and statistically significant improvement occurred in the patient group which received WFN.
Innominate Artery Compression Syndrome in Children
TLDR
It is hoped to up-date the clinical features of the tracheobronchial tree and create an increased awareness of its importance.
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