laryngomalacia

(redirected from chondromalacia of larynx)

la·ryn·go·ma·la·ci·a

(lă-ring'gō-mă-lā'shē-ă), [MIM*150280]
The presence of soft laryngeal cartilage, especially of the epiglottis, in infants, resulting in inspiratory stridor.
[laryngo- + G. malakia, a softness]

laryngomalacia

 A soft floppy larynx, due to softening of the cartilage

la·ryn·go·ma·la·ci·a

(lă-ring'gō-mă-lā'shē-ă)
The presence of soft laryngeal cartilage, especially of the epiglottis, in infants, resulting in inspiratory stridor.
[laryngo- + G. malakia, a softness]

laryngomalacia

(lăr-ĭng″gō-mă-lā′shē-ă) [″ + malakia, softness]
A softening of the tissues of the larynx.