Scleroma is an endemic disease in Egypt, which frequently results in subglottic laryngeal stenosis. Six patients suffering from laryngoscleroma are represented. They all underwent laryngotracheal resection of the stenosed segment, followed by direct anastomosis. The results were satisfactory in four of the patients. Surgery was abandoned in one patient who was believed to suffer from perichondritis following previous surgery. Restenosis occurred in a 14-year-old girl two weeks after surgery. This was attributed to recurrence, possibly due to residual activity of the disease which was missed before surgery.