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Stridor - Wikipedia


Stridor is a high-pitched breath sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the larynx or lower in the bronchial tree. It should not to be confused with stertor which is ...

Stridor: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatments – Healthline


Jan 26, 2016 ... Stridor is a high-pitched wheezing sound caused by disrupted airflow. Learn about causes and treatment.

Stridor (Noisy Breathing) | Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


With infants, stridor usually indicates a congenital disorder (problem that your child is born with), including laryngomalacia, vocal cord paralysis or subglottic ...

Stridor - baby, symptoms, Definition, Description, Demographics ...


Stridor is a symptom, not a disease. It occurs when air is forced through breathing passages narrowed by the following: illness; infection; the presence of foreign ...

Stridor - Pulmonary Disorders - Merck Manuals Professional Edition


Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment of Symptoms of Pulmonary Disorders from the Professional Version of the Merck Manuals.

Croup Causes, Contagious, Duration, Symptoms - WebMD


Mar 1, 2015 ... The disease is transmitted by airborne droplets from an infected child's cough. WebMD Medical Reference Reviewed by Roy Benaroch, MD on ...

Stridor | definition of stridor by Medical dictionary


heart defects inherent at birth (congenital); neurological disorders; General toxicity. If examinations do not reveal the reasons for the baby's noisy breathing, the ...

Stridor. About high-pitched respiratory sound Stridor. | Patient


The detailed epidemiology of stridor depends on the cause, but it is worth noting the following patterns of disease: Stridor is common in younger children with ...

Stridor: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology - Medscape eMedicine


Jul 11, 2016 ... Stridor is a symptom, not a diagnosis or a disease, and the underlying cause must be determined. It may be inspiratory (most common), ...