Cisto sacular congênito da laringe O cisto sacular da laringe é uma das causas de estridor laríngeo no recém-nascido, sendo diagnóstico diferencial de . Quiste sacular congénito de laringe: reporte de un caso y revisión de la literatura. sacular laríngeo congénito y su tratamiento mediante abordaje endoscópico y . Cuestas G. Quiste sacular congénito de laringe: una causa rara de estridor. TRAQUEOMALACIA Debilidad de las paredes de la tráquea obstrucción de vía aérea con la inspiración. LARINGOMALACIA CLÍNICA.

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Of all the articles reviewed, only the series by Kumar et al. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. Laryngomalacia and its treatment. Diagnostic nasofibrolaryngoscopy was performed, finding a cystic-appearing lesion that occupied the right piriform sinus and obstructed the airway Figure 1. Stridor in the neonate and infant. The case reported here corresponds to a newborn patient with respiratory distress and stridor, who was diag nosed with laryngeal saccular cyst that was re sected surgically by means of endoscopy and radiofrequency, with no subsequent recurrence.

Three case studies and review of the literature. The main symptom of this pathology is stridor at birth that can conceal laryngomalacia or congenital vocal cord paralysis, which appear with stridor in the first weeks of life Own elaboration based on the data obtained in the study.

Prolonged intubation injurires of the larynx: Aetiology, diagnosis and management. Case report and literature review. The treatment of this pathology is mainly surgical and includes the aspiration of the cystic content with needle and marsupialization, and even cyst excision via endoscopy or external approach 17, This obstruction can be caused by the abnormal migration of the tissue from the fourth branchial arch generating the cystic formation 14 or by the isolation of the cells of the sac due to the abnormal migration of mesenchymal cells through persistent fetal vessels in the larynx.


Understanding this disease is high ly important to achieve proper diagnosis and provide treatment using the resources avail able in our country, such as radiofre quency. Ricardo Enrique Guerra, MD. Its definitive treatment is surgical according to the literature.

Case reports

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg ; The search for the second lesion. Stridor in a newborn caused by a congenital laryngeal saccular cyst.

The etiology of this pathology is not clear since it can be congenital or acquired. Other symptoms depend on the size of the lesion and its location; for example, dysphagia may occur if the cyst occupies the hypopharynx 12 or if estrodor is progressive respiratory distress until total airway obstruction, cyanosis, apnea, hoarse cry and low-pitched cry, especially with changes of position or agitation.

Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.

A series of six cases. Despite the lack of case reports, knowing the characteristics of con genital saccular cyst is necessary to indicate proper treatment based on the available re sources.


To review the literature and report a case of congenital laryngeal saccular cyst, as well as its treatment by endoscopic approach and radiofrequency, which congsnito most easily found in our country. Paediatr Respir Rev ;5: Microlaryngoscopy A Immediate postoperative period after marsupialization and resection of saccular cyst.


One of its causes, although rare, is congenital laryngeal saccular cyst 1 ; however, differential diagnoses include more frequent pathologies such as laryngomalacia, tracheomalacia, subglottic stenosis, vocal cord paralysis, laryngocele, laryngeal larimgeo, among others 2.

Most of the literature found on congenital saccular cyst is based on case reports; in the most extensive study, data on estridlr cases were collected in a period of 15 years 16which makes the low incidence of this pathology evident. Saccular cyst in an infant: A right cystic-appearing lesion 1. Saccular Cyst of Larynx.

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. Laryngeal Obstructing Saccular Cysts: Pre-surgical findings included a cystic lesion that compromised the right aryepiglottic fold and extended to the posterior ipsilateral cricopharyngeal region —rejected by the right ventricular band until the laryngeal ventricle—, healthy vocal cords and free subglottis.

Respiratory distress was observed, which required supplementary oxygen as first measure, soon moving to non-invasive mechanical ventilation without improvement, and ending with orotracheal intubation.

Management of subglottic stenosis in infancy and childhood. T habet MH, Kotob H. Artigo aceito em 8 de junho de Congenital saccular cyst of the larynx.