Controlled risk of stenosis after surgical excision of laryngeal hemangioma.

@article{Naiman2003ControlledRO,
  title={Controlled risk of stenosis after surgical excision of laryngeal hemangioma.},
  author={Ana Nusa Naiman and Sonia Ayari and Patrick Froehlich},
  journal={Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery},
  year={2003},
  volume={129 12},
  pages={1291-5}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the risk of subglottic stenosis after surgical excision of congenital subglottic hemangioma. DESIGN Retrospective analysis and case series. SETTING Tertiary care teaching hospital. PATIENTS A total of 13 pediatric patients diagnosed with subglottic hemangioma with unilateral, bilateral, or circular lesions and more than 50% airway obstruction between 1992 and 2001. INTERVENTION Open surgical excision was performed as a single-stage procedure either as primary or… CONTINUE READING

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