A Rare Cause of Wheezing in An Infant: Esophageal Duplicatio
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Case :
A 2-month-old, male infant presented with a history of fever and increased respiratory rate for 3 days. Infant was born as full term, weighing 2600 g, through caesarean section to a primigravida mother. Antenatal and perinatal history was uneventful. On physical examination, he had tachycardia, tachypnea with sub costal retractions, maintaining oxygen saturation of 88% at room air. There was no facial dysmorphism and other obvious congenital malformation. Bilateral rhonchi were present on auscultation of the chest. Other systemic examination was normal.......

http://www.ijccm.org/article.asp?issn=0972-5229;year=2014;volume=18;issue=7;spage=464;epage=466;aulast=Kapoor
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