Right-sided diaphragmatic hernia: neonatal presentation associated with an unusual physical sign

November 1977
British Medical Journal;11/26/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6099, p1392
Academic Journal
Examines developments on the diagnosis of right-sided diaphragmatic hernia (RDH) in Great Britain. Attributes of diaphragmatic hernia for causing respiratory problems in infants; Prominent abnormal physical signs in RDH; Difficulties in the diagnosis of RDH.


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