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Case Report

RMJ. 2007; 32(2): 199-200

Severe Epiglottis edema after laryngeal mask airway ventilation

M. Seid Hejazie.


We present a case in which epiglottis edema developed after laryngeal airway mask leading to
strider. The condition was recognized quickly and managed appropriate with satisfactory
outcome. (Rawal Med J 2007;32:199-200).

Key words: Laryngeal airway mask, strider, epiglottis edema.

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