|Authors||Matushek KJ, Bjorling DE|
|Journal||Vet Surg Volume: 17 Issue: 6 Pages: 318-20|
|Publish Date||1988 Nov-Dec|
Postoperative laryngeal webbing in four dogs was corrected with a mucosal flap technique using mucosa harvested from the lateral wall of the laryngeal ventricle. Airway obstruction caused by the webbing was relieved in all dogs. Follow-up time was 3 months to 5 years. The technique allowed mucosal apposition without undue tension on the suture line.