Stridor in Children above 6 Months of

The patient above 6 months of age with a relatively short duration of symptoms (hours to days) characteristically has an acquired cause of stridor. Causes are either inflammatory, such as viral croup or epiglottitis, or noninflammatory, such as a foreign-body aspiration. The remainder of the chapter deals with the most common acquired causes of stridor: epiglottitis, peritonsillar abscess, viral croup, foreign-body aspiration, retropharyngeal abscess, and bacterial tracheitis ( Table 1.2.9-2).

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