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Laryngomalacia (child)

Laryngomalacia (child)

Laryngomalacia in children is a condition where the tissue in the larynx has collapsed and the airway is obstructed. This gives rise to noisy breathing. Laryngomalacia could occur in the first two weeks of a newborn’s life, but it may affect the child until he is aged 2. The cause of this condition is unknown and can be overlooked until the child has developed severe breathing difficulties.

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