Laryngomalacia

What is Laryngomalacia?

It is the most common cause of stridor in infancy, in which the soft, immature cartilage of the upper larynx collapses inward during inhalation, causing airway obstruction.

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Hi my daughter has laryngomalacia. She is nearly 10 months old and has had a sore throat for two days now which tonight has turned into a cough as...

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Laryngomalacia

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Hello. I just read through your question.

Under any circumstances, there is a ossibility of increased...

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I want to know for mild laryngomalacia treatment of my kid should I consult ENT specialist, pediatric gastroenterologist or pediatric...

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Laryngomalacia gets corrected around 6 months of age

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Can understand your concerns....

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Hello team,
my son Arimit is 6 weeks old and diagnose with the problem of laryngomalacia. He is my first baby. He is facing too much difficulty in...

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The treatment necessary for laryngomalacia is wait & watch.

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I have read your...

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