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BTDMJB. 2008; 4(2): 73-75


Spontaneous regression of a congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation with conservative treatment: Case report

Esra Çetinkaya, Turgut Ağzıkuru, Serdar Cömert, Ayça Vitrinel, Nuriye Ayça Gül, Feza Aksoy, Yasemin Akın.

Abstract
Cystic adenomatoid malformation (CCAM) as one of the most common pulmonary congenital anomalies may cause respiratory distress during neonatal period. Lesions that appear large in early gestation may regress. We present a neonate with respiratory distress diagnosed to have CCAM whose cystic lung lesions regressed spontaneously with conservative treatment.

Key words: Neonate, cystic adenomatoid malformation, conservative treatment



Konservatif tedavi ile gerileyen bir konjenital kistik adenomatoid malformasyon olgusu

Özet
En sık görülen konjenital pulmoner anomalilerden biri olan kistik adenomatoid malformasyon (CCAM) yenidoğan döneminde solunum sıkıntısına neden olabilmektedir. Erken gestasyonel yaşlarda tespit edilen büyük lezyonlar daha sonra küçülebilir. Yenidoğan döneminde solunum sıkıntısı nedeniyle hospitalize edilen ve CCAM tanısı alan olguyu, konservatif tedavi ile spontan gerilemesi nedeniyle sunmak istedik.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Yenidoğan, kistik adenomatoid malformasyon, konservatif tedavi



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