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Laryngotracheal stenosis is a complex problem in children who are born with narrow airways, or who have developed scarring of the airways from the use of a breathing tube/ventilator.
Our experts at the Johns Hopkins Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology have advanced techniques for treatment of this condition, including:
Many children with laryngotracheal stenosis have many other health challenges. The goal is to provide a multi-pronged approach to healing including a treatment regimen involving feeding specialists and respiratory therapists, speech therapists, as well as other treating physicians.
Please call us at 443-997-6467 (443-997-OHNS) to make an appointment at any of our three locations.