Tracheal Stenosis: Diagnosis and Treatment
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Number of pages: 70
Management of laryngotracheal stenosis remains one of the most challenging problems facing the otolaryngologist. The determination of the extent of stenosis and any associated pathological lesions is critical in the design of a proper effective treatment policy. The aim of this guide is to compile a working protocol for the diagnosis and management of these complex cases.
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