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A female infant was born by caesarean section at 38+5 weeks gestation following pregnancy complicated by polyhydramnios and antenatal supraventricular tachycardia without hydrops. She was admitted to the neonatal unit in sinus rhythm due to respiratory distress, a weak cry and stridor. Breast feeding worsened symptoms and a nasogastric tube (NGT) was passed. Chest X-ray showed NGT placement in the right main bronchus, no respiratory pathology, and partial fusion of the …
Contributors The article was written by EF-L and JF. The image was taken by TV.
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