Pulmonary agenesis, defined as complete absence of bronchus, parenchyma, and vessels is a very rare condition. Herein, we report a 4-month-old infant who presented with fever, cough, and respiratory distress and was misdiagnosed in a peripheral hospital as a case of pneumonia. The child was, later diagnosed as having right lung agenesis with dextrocardia.
Lijian Xie, Jian Zhao and Jie Shen (2016) Clinical diagnostic approach to congenital agenesis of right lung with dextrocardia: a case report with review of literature. The Clinical Respiratory Journal10(6):805. doi: 10.1111/crj.12282
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