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Retropharyngeal cellulitis: an unusual cause of respiratory distress in infancy.
R Lichenstein (Profiled Author: Richard Lichenstein)
Division of Pediatric Medicine, University of Maryland Hospital, Baltimore.
Pediatric emergency care 1990;6(2):138-40.
The case of a 10-month-old infant who developed acute stridor, fever, and wheezing in the winter is presented. The ultimate diagnosis of retropharyngeal cellulitis was unsuspected. A review of this entity, along with differential diagnosis and management strategies, is included.
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