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Neonatal Nasal Obstruction 

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medical illustration of Depending on the severity, nasal obstruction in neonates and infants can lead to respiratory distress, feeding difficulties, obstructive apnea, and/or sleep interference. This sagittal section of a baby's head highlights nasal anatomy including the turbinates, alar rim, nasal valve, pyriform aperature, choana.
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Depending on the severity, nasal obstruction in neonates and infants can lead to respiratory distress, feeding difficulties, obstructive apnea, and/or sleep interference. This sagittal section of a baby's head highlights nasal anatomy including the turbinates, alar rim, nasal valve, pyriform aperature, choana.

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