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Respiratory Distress in Neonates: Underlying Causes and Current Imaging Assessment.

Respiratory Distress in Neonates: Underlying Causes and Current Imaging Assessment.
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Liszewski MC, Stanescu AL, Phillips GS, Lee EY,


Liszewski MC, Stanescu AL, Phillips GS, Lee EY, (click to view)

Liszewski MC, Stanescu AL, Phillips GS, Lee EY,

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Radiologic clinics of North America 2017 04 0455(4) 629-644 pii S0033-8389(17)30015-5
Abstract

The imaging evaluation of the neonate in respiratory distress has been described since the most early days of pediatric radiology but advances in diagnosis and treatment have changed the patient population presenting with these conditions and altered the imaging findings. In this article, the range of conditions that cause neonatal respiratory distress is depicted, including congenital lung malformations and lung disease in both preterm and full-term infants. An updated approach to the imaging of these conditions is reviewed, with a focus on changes that have resulted from advances in treatment and diagnosis.

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