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A non-dysmorphic term boy presented with inspiratory stridor shortly following delivery. Following clinical examination and thoracic x-ray, no external features or other clinical findings revealed any obvious explanation. Laryngomalacia was suspected. A combined rhinopharyngo—oropharyngo—and laryngoscopy revealed a cystic mass stretching from nasopharynx, to oropharynx and distally beyond the postcricoid structures, filling out 2/3 of the oropharyngeal space. The neck mass increased in size and became externally …
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