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Surgical treatment of acquired tracheocele

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June 1, 2006
by Edward A. Porubsky, MD; Christine G. Gourin, MD
Abstract
Acquired tracheoceles are rare clinical entities that can cause a variety of chronic and recurrent aerodigestive tract symptoms. The management of acquired tracheoceles is primarily conservative, but surgical intervention may be indicated for patients with refractory symptoms. We present a case of acquired tracheocele and describe a method of successful surgical management.

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