Four children aged between 2½ and 13½ years developed insidious subglottic stenosis of unknown cause over 3-12 months. In all, the initial diagnosis was asthma which resulted in inappropriate treatment. Endoscopically there was circumferential subglottic narrowing, and biopsy in 3 showed non-specific inflammatory changes. Corticosteroid therapy led to rapid and complete resolution.
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