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A full-term infant born via vaginal delivery developed inspiratory stridor shortly after birth. Routine resuscitation was performed at delivery without the need for intubation. He received supplemental oxygen for 1 day. His chest x ray, airway fluoroscopy, contrast oesophagram and echocardiogram were unremarkable. Laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy revealed a large left antero-laterally based subglottic cyst obstructing 95% of the airway (figs 1A,B). The remainder …
Competing interests: None.
Patient consent: Parental consent obtained.
Ethics approval: This report was approved by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Institutional Review Board.