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Table 1 Reported cases of congenital tracheal stenosis diagnosed in adulthood

From: Successful airway management with combined use of a McGRATHTM MAC videolaryngoscope and fiberoptic bronchoscope in a patient with congenital tracheal stenosis diagnosed in adulthood

Case Age/gender Height (cm)/weight (kg) Respiratory symptoms Initial detection of CTS Minimum diameter in trachea (mm) Reference
1 60/F 151.2/39.6 Dyspnea Bronchoscopy 5 [3]
2 57/M 154/68 Impaired exercise tolerance Chest X-ray, chest CT NR [4]
3 45/F 160/59 None Difficult intubation NR [5]
4 25/F Small stature/45 None Difficult intubation 6 [6]
5 39/F 162/65 None Difficult intubation 10 [7]
6 42/F 151/52 None Difficult intubation 6 [8]
7 21/F NR/NR Acute respiratory failure, wheezing Difficult intubation 7 [9]
8 53/F NR/NR None Difficult intubation 5 [10]
9 42/F 150.8/54.8 Dry cough Chest X-ray, chest CT 6 [11]
10 34/F NR/NR Shortness of breath/chest tightness Chest CT 8 [12]
11 29/F NR/NR Dyspnea, wheezing, stridor Chest CT 7 [13]
12 37/F NR/morbidly obese Dyspnea, stridor Chest CT 6.3 [14]
13 42/F 151.1/38.8 Dyspnea due to pneumothorax Difficult intubation NR [15]
14 23/F NR/NR Wheezing, extertional chest pain Chest X-ray, chest CT 6.8 [16]
15 70/M NR/NR None Difficult intubation NR [17]
16 52/F 162/59 None Difficult intubation 8.27 [18]
17 51/F 158.5/51.4 Wheezing Difficult intubation 6 Present case
  1. F female, M male, CTS congenital tracheal stenosis, CT computed tomography, NR not recorded