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Foregut duplication cyst presenting as neonatal respiratory distress and haemoptysis.
  1. D P Burgner,
  2. R Carachi,
  3. T J Beattie
  1. Department of Medicine, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill, Glasgow.


    The case history is described of an infant, with a thoracic foregut duplication cyst containing a perforated peptic ulcer, who presented with haemoptysis and respiratory distress. This presentation is discussed within the context of thoracic foregut duplications.

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