Subglottic cysts: the Great Ormond Street experience.

  title={Subglottic cysts: the Great Ormond Street experience.},
  author={Jerome Lim and William Hellier and Jonathan Harcourt and Susanna Leighton and David M Albert},
  journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology},
  volume={67 5},
OBJECTIVE Subglottic cysts are a relatively rare, non-malignant cause of airway obstruction. In this study we reviewed the details of the patients who were treated for subglottic cysts in our department in order to evaluate the presentation and treatment of patients with this condition. METHODS We performed a retrospective case note analysis of 55 patients with subglottic cysts. Case notes were examined to determine the following details for each patient: date of birth, gestational age at… CONTINUE READING


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