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A 19-month-old girl was referred with intermittent biphasic stridor that occurred after feeding. The stridor was first noted at the age of 9 months, coinciding with the introduction of more solid weaning foods. There was a history of a choking episode while playing with a polystyrene toy plane around this time. After the episode, she was assessed acutely at her local hospital and discharged following a normal chest radiograph and examination. Feeding problems then progressed over time with regurgitation of solid foods along with stridor after feeding.
She was reviewed in a clinic and listed for examination of her airway under …