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A further complication of meconium stained liquor in the newborn
  1. A-K Anderson
  1. Paediatric Oncology Department, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, Surrey, UK;

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    Figure 1

    Two meconium rocks, one removed from each nasal passage.

    A 6 day old infant was referred by his general practitioner to the emergency department with a four day history of increasing difficulty in feeding.

    The mother reported that, after an uncomplicated full term pregnancy, she had a male infant by vaginal delivery with no assistance required. At the time of delivery, meconium stained liquor was found, requiring soft catheter suctioning of …

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