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Neonatal pneumonia may occur in isolation or as one component of a larger infectious process. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites are all potential causes of neonatal pneumonia, and may be transmitted vertically from the mother or acquired from the postnatal environment. The patient's age at the time of disease onset may help narrow the differential diagnosis, as different pathogens are associated with congenital, early-onset, and late-onset pneumonia. Supportive care and rationallydoi:10.1016/j.siny.2017.03.002 pmid:28343909 pmcid:PMC7270051 fatcat:kfuleaflb5a2lc4kivpigaq7h4