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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 11)

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Page : 381-383

Keywords : turban epiglottitis laryngospam granulomatous mouse eaten;

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We are discussing a case of turban epiglottitis who presented to emergency as acute onset stridor associated as Breathlessness, on examination tachypnea (RR>28/m), mild desaturation (< 92%). First diagnosis was acute laryngospasm in view of biphasic stridor. Patient was for evaluated further, finally concluding to the diagnosis of turban epiglottitis. On systemic steroid both signs and symptoms resolved sequentially. This literature is to add to the knowledge to keep in consideration of this modality also while attending any patient with recent history of sputum positive status or likely diagnosis of PTB

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