Pictures of Total Subglottic and Upper Tracheal Stenosis
This page was last updated: September 17, 2014
Following prolonged intubation, this patient developed severe scarring and near-total occlusion of the subglottic region.
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Tracheal Resection and end-to-end Anastomosis
This patient has a total occlusion of the subglottic region.  The whitish material is food stuck in the subglottis.
Total subglottic stenosis and occlusion (same patient as in picture above, after removal of food debris).
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