Can congenital laryngeal wheezing be cured?

Congenital laryngeal wheezing is a neonatal laryngeal chondrodysplasia. Most children with this disease have a mild condition that does not affect their daily life significantly and generally does not require special treatment and can be cured spontaneously around the age of 2.
In some severe cases, the symptoms of wheezing are obvious, and even life-threatening conditions such as respiratory distress and asphyxia can occur, which can be cured by timely and effective surgical treatment.

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