- By Dana Sparks
Subglottic Stenosis: Gasping for Air (pkg)
You have asthma. That’s what many people diagnosed with a condition called subglottic stenosis hear from their doctors. They may get misdiagnosed because it’s very rare, and it causes your airway to narrow until you’re breathing through a very tiny opening. Doctors at Mayo Clinic have developed new ways to treat this issue, that otherwise leaves people gasping for air. [TRT 1:52]
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