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Glossary for Anatomic supraglottic causes of sucking difficulty

Medical terms related to Anatomic supraglottic causes of sucking difficulty or mentioned in this section include:

  • Laryngomalacia: A condition where abnormal softness of laryngeal structures causes breathing difficulty and stridor.

Conditions listing medical symptoms: Anatomic supraglottic causes of sucking difficulty:

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