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CASE REPORT
Year : 2009  |  Volume : 53  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 496-500

Treacher-Collins Syndrome-A Challenge For Aaesthesiologists


1 Lecturer, House No.150113, `Shiv-Kuteer', Opp.Dena Bank Hsg. Soc. RegoBagh, Bambolim Complex, GOA 403202, India
2 Senior Resident, House No.150113, `Shiv-Kuteer', Opp.Dena Bank Hsg. Soc. RegoBagh, Bambolim Complex, GOA 403202, India

Correspondence Address:
Leena Goel
House No.150113, `Shiv-Kuteer', Opp.Dena Bank Hsg. Soc. RegoBagh, Bambolim Complex, GOA 403202
India
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Treacher-Collins syndrome is a rare congenital disease known to be associated with a difficult airway and presents some of the most hazardous and difficult challenges that anaesthetists may encounter within the entire practice of paediatric anesthesia. Successful anaesthetic management in a case of Treacher-Collins syndrome posted for cleft palate repair is presented in this report.


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