tracheostenosis


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tra·che·o·ste·no·sis

n. traqueostenosis, estrechez de la tráquea.
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Congenital heart disease was reported in a significant number of patients (13%, 6/48), including atrial septal defect in P20, atrial septal defect complicated by patent ductus arteriosus in P3, patent foramen ovale in P9 and P24, ventricular septal defect in P10, double arches, and left arch atresia complicated by tracheostenosis in P37.
Treatment of tracheostenosis due to granulation at the tracheostomy site in pediatric patients with congenital disease is often difficult for three main reasons.
He was diagnosed with tracheostenosis due to granulation at the tracheostomy site and treated with ventilation upon admission.