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List of Figure Legends

Figure 1-1. Laryngoscopic view. RA = severely swollen epiglottis, WA = pathway to glottis

Figure 1-2. Laryngoscopic view. BA = laryngoscope, blue arrow = severely swollen arytenoids, WA = pathway to glottis

Figure 1-3. Laryngoscopic view. BA = laryngoscope, blue arrows = arytenoids, YA = bougie

Figure 1-4. Laryngoscopic view. BA = laryngoscope, blue arrows = arytenoids, WA = endotracheal tube, YA = bougie

Figure 1-5. Autopsy photo. BA = trachea, RA = endotracheal tube, WA = toy balloon

Figure 1-6. Fiberoptic bronchoscopic view. RA = push pin, WA = bronchus

Figure 1-7. Patient intubated through the tracheostomy post foreign body removal. RA = endotracheal tube

Figure 1-8. Tracheal plug that was accidentally aspirated through the tracheostomy

Figure 1-9. Tongue angioedema

Figure 1-10. RA = caustic injury to the lips and tongue

Figure 1-11. Laryngoscopic view. RA = caustic injury to the epiglottis, WA = caustic injury to arytenoid

Figure 1-12. Laryngoscopic view during intubation. BA = edematous lateral pharyngeal walls, BDA = edematous posterior pharyngeal wall, RA = edematous epiglottis, WA = air bubble exiting the glottis

Figure 1-13. Laryngoscopic view. RA = edematous epiglottis, YA = bougie placed posterior to epiglottis into the glottic opening

Figure 1-14. Laryngoscopic view. Supraglottic angioedema. RA = epiglottis, WA = vallecula and piriform sinuses, YA = opening to the glottis

Figure 1-15. Laryngoscopic view. RA = edematous arytenoids, WA = black soot on vocal cords

Figure 1-16. Laryngoscopic view. RA = edematous arytenoids, WA = black soot on vocal cords, YA = epiglottis

Figure 1-17. Laryngoscopic view. BA = Magill forceps, GA = epiglottis, RA = fishbone, WA = vocal cords

Figure 1-18. Laryngoscopic view. BA = left tonsil, RA = tooth pick, WA = Magill forceps

Figure 1-19. Laryngoscopic view. BA = Magill forceps, RA = obstructing food (sausage), WA = epiglottis

Figure 1-20. Marked anterior neck swelling

Figure 1-21. Laryngoscopic view. RA = abnormal glottis anatomy, WA = epiglottis

Figure 1-22. Noncontrast neck CT scan. WA = fractured larynx, WDA = subcutaneous air

Figure 1-23. Cervical spine CT scan. WA = cervical spine fracture, WAH = endotracheal tube, WDA = soft tissue lodged into opening of endotracheal tube

Figure 1-24. Fiberoptic view through the endotracheal tube. RA = soft tissue wedged into endotracheal tube opening, WA = end of endotracheal tube

Figure 1-25. Contrast-enhanced neck CT scan. WA = large hematoma, WDA = cricothyrotomy tube

Figure 1-26. Cervical spine CT scan. WA = fracture with ligamentous injury

Figure 1-27. Chest x-ray. ...

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