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Introduction: Pediatric subglottic pathology still represents a challenge when it comes to choosing the right treatment.

We present the management of patients followed in our center for this reason during the last 5 years. Material and methods: Retrospective study of patients followed by glotosubglottic pathology stenosis, cysts or granulomas between and in a third level hospital. Results: Twenty-seven patients were included in the review. Treatment options varied according to the nature, location and severity of the subglottic stenosis.

Two patients with congenital subglottic stenosis were treated by laryngotracheoplasty. Seventeen patients with acquired subglottic stenosis were included: in one 5.

Five patients with post-intubation subglottic cysts received microsurgery. Conclusions: Management of pediatric subglottic pathology remains a major challenge. Since the creation of the Airway Committee in our center, the improvement in the management of these patients has led to a multidisciplinary management, with the consequent impact on the clinical results.

Keywords: Cricotracheal resection; Laryngotracheoplasty; Subglottic stenosis. This site needs JavaScript to work properly.

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Subglottic stenosis in the child may be congenital or ad-quired. Most of the times this stenosis is secondary to pro-longed tracheal intubation.. Subglottic stenosis may be managed medically, as well as by endoscopic resection using electrocoagulation, criotherapy or laser ray, or by several surgical procedu-res.. In the last three years we have treated nine patients with Subglottic stenosis aged between 8 days and 14 months. Only in one occasion was the disease of congenital etiology.

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