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Question: What is the most common cause of congenital stridor?
Question: The lesion causing inspiratory stridor is located:
in the supraglottis
at the level of the vocal cords
in the subglottis
in the trachea
Question: What signs/symptoms would indicate that an infant may require surgical treatment of laryngomalacia?
failure to thrive
history of cyanosis
history of frequent apnea
all of the above
Objectives Met: List the most common causes of stridor in the pediatric population. *
Objectives Met: Review the pathogenesis of acquired subglottic stenosis and the difference between congenital and acquired stenosis. *
Objectives Met: Illustrate treatment options for the most common airway disorders in children.*
New knowledge gained*
Pertinence to practice*
Quality of presentation*