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Meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) is respiratory distress in a newborn baby caused by the presence of meconium in the tracheobronchial airways. The aspiration of meconium stained amniotic fluid by the fetus can happen during antepartum or intrapartum periods and can result in airway obstruction, interference with alveolar gas exchange, chemical pneumonitis(More)
BACKGROUND Myopathy of metabolic origin in childhood occurs due to a variety of conditions. Pompe's Disease also known as Glycogen storage disease Type II, is a rare storage disorder with clinical presentation akin to spinal muscular atrophy. METHODS A series of patients with suspected metabolic myopathy were reviewed at a tertiary care service hospital(More)