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HERDIN Record #: NCR-JRRMMC-09051203090775 Submitted: 05 September 2012 Modified: 05 September 2012

Bilateral choanal atresia: A case report.

Melvin G. Berin

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Choanal atresia, consisting of a unilateral or bilateral bony or membranous septum between the nose and the pharynx, occurs in approximately one of 7,000 live births. Bilateral choanal atresia is a rare but life-threatening disorder. Prompt diagnosis and emergency treatment are necessary.

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