Successful bronchotracheal reconstruction in esophageal bronchus: two case reports.

Abstract

Esophageal bronchus is the most common congenital bronchopulmonary foregut malformation. Current surgical treatment is resection of anomalous pulmonary tissue, which is often hypoplastic and destroyed by infection. The authors report two cases of bronchotracheal reconstruction. The diagnosis was early, before 15 days of age. The anomalous pulmonary tissue… (More)

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