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Patients with Complex Tracheal Disease Benefit from a Multidisciplinary Airway Team
Not uncommonly patients who present with dyspnea, wheezing, cough, or other respiratory symptoms are initially diagnosed as having asthma or COPD, but ultimately found to have tracheal stenosis. This can be secondary to a number of conditions including but not limited to mechanical injury (e.g. post intubation, post tracheostomy) ... READ

3D Printing for Surgical Planning for Subglottic Airway Stenosis
(Tech Corner) The surgical treatment of subglottic cicatricial stenosis remains one of the most challenging fields in airway surgery. In addition to the estimated resection length, the proximity ... READ

Open Surgical Approach to Tracheal Stenosis
(Tips from the Experts) Tracheal or laryngotracheal stenosis may result from a broad spectrum of underlying etiologies including gastroesophageal reflux disease, systemic disorders such as scleroderma ... READ

Paraguay Project
(Humanitarian News) In November 2021 the World Bronchology Foundation (WBF) received, from Paraguay, a request for help to treat patients with post-intubation tracheal stenosis due to COVID ... READ

Spontanous rupture of Bronchogenic Cyst
(Best Image Contest Recipient 2 of 3) Axial CT view of the bronchogenic cyst before rupture, Axial CT view of the bronchogenic cyst after rupture, Bronchoscopy view of intact ... READ

Take advantage of registration discounts of up to 33% until July 15, 2022 for WCBIP Marseille 2022. If you register for "remote access" (virtual) first, you can upgrade to on-site access ... READ

The Mantra of Medicine Multidisciplinary Approach and Personalized Therapy
Idiopathic subglottic stenosis (ISGS) is a rare (1:400,000), recurrent, fibroinflammatory disease that results in debilitating and life-threatening airway obstruction. While ISGS is a rare
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