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A 6.2-cm Tracheal Segment Resection for Tracheal Post-intubation Stenosis
received April 29, 2008
13 January 2010 (online)
Post-intubation tracheal stenosis is a clinical problem caused by regional ischemic necrosis of the airway. The outcome of a long tracheal segment resection (6.2 cm) in a patient with post-intubation stenosis is presented.
Tracheal stenosis - surgery - post‐intubation
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