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Editor—Neonates with mandibulo–facial anomalies and respiratory distress present a challenge for neonatologists. We report a newborn boy with severe micrognathia who failed to breathe adequately immediately after birth. Tracheal intubation was unsuccessful, but he was ventilated for several hours using a laryngeal mask.
The boy was born to a 29 year old primigravida after 39 weeks of gestation. During the pregnancy, absence of the corpus callosum had been noted at 33 weeks of gestation, and genetic amniocentesis had indicated a microdeletion of chromosome …