Type I posterior laryngeal clefts.

@article{Parsons1998TypeIP,
  title={Type I posterior laryngeal clefts.},
  author={David S. Parsons and Fran Stivers and Donald R. Giovanetto and Sharon E Phillips},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={1998},
  volume={108 3},
  pages={
          403-10
        }
}
Posterior laryngeal clefts (PLCs) are described in the literature as rare laryngeal abnormalities. The authors believe type I clefts are much more common than previously reported. In two busy pediatric tertiary care centers, such clefts are the second most common congenital laryngeal finding at rigid endoscopy, second only to laryngomalacia. PLCs frequently present with symptomatology that can be attributed to other common disease processes and are often undiagnosed unless the surgeon maintains… CONTINUE READING
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