Surgical management of tracheal strictures.


Tracheal strictures are complications of prolonged endotracheal intubation or tracheostomy. Successful management requires knowledge of tracheal anatomy, principles of anesthesia, and principles of tracheal surgery. Strictures involving up to one half of the adult trachea can be successfully managed by resection and primary anastomosis in over 90 per cent… (More)


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