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What is Laryngotracheal Stenosis?

Description of the disease

Laryngotracheal stenosis is a condition in which the airways in the area of the larynx become narrowed or blocked. This condition can be dangerous as it can lead to breathing problems and oxygen deprivation.


  • Congenital laryngotracheal stenosis
  • Acquired laryngotracheal stenosis


  • Difficulty breathing
  • Noisy or hoarse breathing
  • Frequent respiratory infections


The causes of laryngotracheal stenosis can be diverse, including congenital anomalies, traumas, infections, and tumors.


Various tests, including endoscopy, computerized tomography, and laryngoscopy, may be performed to diagnose laryngotracheal stenosis.


Treatment of laryngotracheal stenosis may involve the use of medications, surgical intervention, or respiratory rehabilitation.


Prevention of laryngotracheal stenosis involves avoiding its causes, such as traumas and infections, as well as seeking timely medical assistance.


Laryngotracheal stenosis is treated by otolaryngologists.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.