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Should Come To Mind With a Newborn With Respiratory Distress - Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid Malformation?
Abdullah Barış Akcan1,Deniz İlgün2,Sezen Özkısacık3,Ali Onur Erdem3,İbrahim Meteoğlu4,Yasemin Durum Polat5,Münevver Kaynak Türkmen1
1Adnan Menderes University, Department of Child Health and Diseases, Neonatology Department, Aydın, Turkey
2Adnan Menderes University, Department of Child Health and Diseases, Aydın, Turkey
3Adnan Menderes University, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Aydın, Turkey
4Adnan Menderes University, Department of Pathology, Aydın, Turkey
5Adnan Menderes University, Department of Radiology, Aydın, Turkey
Irregular, hamartomatous and adenomatous proliferation of the primary bronchioles characterizes Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid Malformation (CCAM). It constitutes 25% of congenital pulmonary malformations and occurs mostly with respiratory distress syndrome in newborns. In this article, the rarely seen CCAM was aimed to be discussed by presenting a case without prenatal diagnosis and a case with symptoms of respiratory distress in the first hours of life. Keywords : Congenital, cystic adenomatous malformation, newborn