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We report on a patient with Coffin-Siris syndrome and consider a potential association between this condition and difficult intubation. Although this inherited condition is extremely rare, anesthesiologists should be aware of its existence and prepare for potential airway management problems whenever it is encountered.
OBJECTIVE To find the position that provided the most comfort, as well as the widest L3-L4 interlaminar space opening. DESIGN Pilot study. SETTING Operating room. PATIENTS Thirty-two healthy volunteers. INTERVENTIONS L3-L4 interlaminar space was measured on volunteers assuming a baseline position (sitting upright) and 5 study positions: (1) sitting… (More)