congenital stridor

con·gen·i·tal stri·dor

crowing inspiration occurring at birth or within the first few months of life; sometimes without apparent cause and sometimes due to abnormal flaccidity of epiglottis or arytenoids.
Synonym(s): laryngeal stridor

con·gen·i·tal stri·dor

(kŏn-jen'i-tăl strī'dŏr)
Crowing inspiration occurring at birth or within the first few months of life; sometimes without apparent cause and sometimes due to abnormal flaccidity of epiglottis or arytenoids.
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Additional investigations to evaluate congenital stridor including chest X-ray, cranial ultrasonography, echocardiography, skeletal survey, and routine laboratory work-up were normal.
Congenital right-sided vagus and hypoglossal nerve paralysis (Tapia syndrome) as the cause of congenital stridor [in German].
Congenital stridor was reported as early as 1853 by two French physicians, Rilliet and Barthez.

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