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A 1-month-old child was referred to our department for numerous cutaneous infantile haemangiomas (figure 1). Two weeks later, he developed a stridor during breast feeding. The laryngeal dyspnoea was investigated by an endoscopic examination (figure 2). Propranolol was then started. The cutaneous haemangiomas regressed rapidly (figure 3). Endoscopy at 2 months showed a regression of the laryngeal haemangioma (figure 4). The baby was treated …
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