We conducted a retrospective analysis of 10 cases of congenital laryngeal stridor. Reports of laryngeal endoscopy and diagnosis define laryngomalacia as laryngeal flaccidity and stridor. Some authors postulate that in addition to immaturity of cartilage, there exist the possibility of laryngeal uncoordination and dyskinesia. They support this idea in cases… (More)
Hypoplasia of the olfactory tracts and bulbs is a rare cause of anosmia in the paediatric population. In most cases it is usually due to an acquired cause and in only a few is it associated to chromosomal disorders (Kallman's syndrome, among others).
A 10-year-old boy with no chromosomal disorders and a family history of anosmia,… (More)