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Pneumopericardium in a term infant on nasal continuous positive airway pressure
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We report neonatal pneumopericardium in a term infant with gestational age of 39 weeks. The pneumopericardium developed during the second day of postnatal age. There was no evidence of other forms of air-leak. The infant was treated with nasal CPAP delivered for respiratory …
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