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In severe cases where a tracheotomy has to be performed, what is the percentage of children that eventually grow out of the trach, and at what ages? See answer
Is this a condition to be very worried about in a one month old infant and at one month old, should tests be performed to confirm diagnosis, or just presume that is what it is and that the infant will out grow it. What are the dangers associated with this defect in terms of sleeping and breathing and feeding. And finally, how common is it that other congenital defects may be present, when diagnosed with this condition. Thank you See answer