Clinical features of respiratory disease – Stridor

Stridor is a predominantly inspiratory noise caused by upper respiratory tract obstruction. Incomplete obstruction to airflow within the upper respiratory tract leads to turbulence and the intense musical sound of stridor. It may be difficult to distinguish from a monophonic wheeze. The larynx is particularly predisposed to obstruction because it is the only part of the respiratory tract that has…

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