Images in anesthesiology: facemask ventilation with a frontonasal encephalocele.

@article{Thomas2015ImagesIA,
  title={Images in anesthesiology: facemask ventilation with a frontonasal encephalocele.},
  author={James J Thomas and Christopher L. Ciarallo},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={122 3},
  pages={
          698
        }
}
698 March 2015 A full-term, 69-dayold infant with an antenatal diagnosis of a frontonasal encephalocele presented for a bifrontal craniotomy and encephalocele resection. The encephalocele measured 4.5 cm by 4.5 cm and extended from the patient’s glabella to his nasal alae. It was soft and covered with intact skin. The remainder of his airway examination (including computed tomography) was unremarkable. The location of the encephalocele precluded routine facemask ventilation. Seventy-five… CONTINUE READING
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