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Laryngeal Stenosis is defined as narrowing of airway due to scarring. Stenosis may be congenital or due to trauma, surgery, radiation, intubations or infection. Routinely laryngeal stenosis is treated by excising the scar area and restoring the normal size of larynx by placing intraluminal soft and flexible stenting for a prolonged period.

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Vithal D. Udagatti, Rajendran Dinesh Kumar, Praveen Kumar, Rishab Kumar, Aditya Anthony Arnaldo Fernandes, Neha Rani, Aswini Unnikrishnan, & Pranav Shetty. (2024). Subglottic Membranous Stenosis - Retrograde Endoscopic Surgical Approach. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences, 13(3), 74–76. https://doi.org/10.14260/jemds.v13i3.572

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