The provider uses a laryngoscope to look directly inside the larynx, which is the voice box, to detect any narrowing. He also inserts a dilator through the larynx to correct the abnormal stenosis. The provider may or may not perform tracheoscopy to visualize the trachea, which is the wind pipe, from inside to detect any abnormality. This code represents subsequent dilation.
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