Laryngomalacia in Neonates: A Review and the Surgical Management or Severe Cases

Baliga Kiran, Rajesh SM and Baliga BS

Congenital stridor is one of the rare presentations of respiratory distress at birth. The commonest cause of
congenital stridor is laryngomalacia, which accounts for 60% of the causes, seldom requiring any intervention. The current report describes a case of neonatal stridor which needed evaluation and intervention at the earliest.