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Laryngeal cleft is a rare abnormality of the separation between the larynx, or voice box, and the esophagus.
Surgeons at Boston Children's Hospital were the first in the world to perform robotic surgery on an airway to correct a laryngeal cleft. The robotic equipment allows surgeons to work through the oral cavity and in the restricted confines of the airway without impeding breathing. This minimally-invasive technique results in less pain and scarring and faster recovery for our patients.
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