1983
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1022017
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Abstract: The syndrome of tracheal dyskinesia characterized by weakening of the posterior membranous wall is a rather uncommon obstructive airway disease of still unknown etiology. The diagnosis is mainly based upon a typical history, extensive and differentiated lung function tests, and bronchoscopic examinations. Only the primary forms with predominating tracheal obstruction should be treated by surgery using a connective tissue graft to stabilize the collapsing trachea. If attention is paid to the preoperative criter… Show more

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