820. Causes of pediatric supraglottic, glottic, subglottic stenosis January 12th, 2009 by reuben in kids stridor ShareGoogleFacebookTwitterRedditStumbleUponDiggEvernoteInstapaperEmailPrint Back Top Tags: card 819. Pediatric airway features (vs. adults) // Until what age may uncuffed ET tubes be used? / What sounds are clasically associated with, and anatomic structures involved with: supraglottic, glottic, and subglottic lesions? 821. Tests to consider in the management of pediatric upper airway obstruction / What is the most common congenital anomaly of the nose? / Conditions associated with macroglossia / Conditions associated with micrognathia You must log in to post a comment.