volume 246, issue 5, P336-340 1989
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463589
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Abstract: A review of over a century of publication on laryngeal stenosis reveals much about the aetiology and treatment. The earlier aetiologies of infection and in particular diphtheria of the early part of the twentieth century have given way to more complex and insidious causes. Trauma, particularly from intubation by endotracheal, tracheal or nasogastric tubes, is now the primary cause of simple and complex laryngeal stenosis. The treatments over the past century have been varied and ingenious, ranging from simple …

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