Endoscopy of Airway Treated for Laryngeal Atresia at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Laryngeal atresia is a complete upper airway obstruction that occurs when the larynx fails to open up and remains blocked by cartilage. This condition, also called CHAOS (Complete High Airway Obstruction Syndrome) requires an immediate tracheotomy at birth. Watch an endoscopy that shows a child's airway after it was reconstructed to treat laryngeal atresia.

Topics Covered: Laryngeal Atresia

Related Centers and Programs: Center for Pediatric Airway Disorders