The diagnosis and surgical correction of epiglottic entrapment is described. Four cases are presented each with a different history. They serve to illustrate that the aetiology is complex, being either congenital or acquired. The use of a thorough endoscope examination is stressed in order to successfully diagnose this condition.
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