Trachéomalacies et dyskinésies trachéales

@article{SudreLevillain2001TrachomalaciesED,
  title={Trach{\'e}omalacies et dyskin{\'e}sies trach{\'e}ales},
  author={Isabelle Sudre-Levillain and St{\'e}phane Roman and R. Nicollas and Jean Michel Triglia},
  journal={Archives De Pediatrie},
  year={2001},
  volume={8},
  pages={757-762}
}
: Tracheomalacia is characterized by an expiratory tracheal collapse. The revealing clinical features usually occur after a symptom-free period during the first year of life (during the first three months in 60% of cases): mainly stridor, wheezing, chronic cough, apnoeic attacks, and difficult breathing. Tracheoscopy allows the differentiation of primary tracheomalacia and tracheomalacia secondary to pressure on the trachea from the vascular ring or mediastinal tumour. Tracheomalacia is also… Expand
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