8 days baby with resp distress since birth.. (antenatal USG : severe scoliosis)... please comment

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Taking a full, detailed history and performing a full physical examination are mandatory because associated anomalies of many organs are common. Maternal perinatal history, family history, and developmental milestones must be explored fully. A comprehensive review of systems includes evaluation for the following: Hearing, visual, and dental problems Cleft palate and cleft lip Hernias, anorectal abnormalities, and genitourinary problems Cardiac murmurs Respiratory complaints Neurologic disorder Associated SYNDROME Sprengel deformity, Klippel-Feil deformity, Goldenhar syndrome (oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia), and anal atresia. PROGNOSIS VERY POOR CUMULATIVE approach NEEDS FOR TREATMENT

8 Days INFANT Respiratory Distress since Birth. X--RAY SKULL CHEST & ABDOMEN : X--RAY SHOWS RIGHT SIDE ABSENT CLAVICLE & UPPER RIBS. CERVICO-THORACIC VERTEBRAL ANOMALIES SEEN. HYPO-ALBUMUNIMIA LOWER RIBS SEEN. RIGHT SIDE LUNG MINIMAL AIR ENTERY AT MID-ZONE ONLY. N.G. TUBE IN-SITU GASTRIC REGION. OTHER TUBE IN-SITU E.T. TUBE DX : MULTIPLE CONGENITAL ANOMALIES: ABSENT RIGHT SIDE UPPER RIBS WITH HYPO-PLASTIC LOWER RIBS. * ABSENT CLAVICLE RIGHT SIDE. * VERTEBRAL ANOMALIES. * SKELETAL DYSPLASIAS WITH SCOLIOSIS. LOOK FOR OTHER CONGENITAL ANOMALIES.

Dr merugu clavicle IS present
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Poland syndrome

Diaphragmatic hernia

Klippel -Fell sy. With Sprengel 's Deformity Rx -O2 Ventilator support SOS

Collapse of rt lung

Poland syndrome

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