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Case report A two month old boy was admitted to the paediatric ward of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Nigeria with tachypnoea and poor suckling from the 4 th hour of life and fever, cough and dyspnoea of two weeks duration. There was no grunting. He was delivered at term via spontaneous vertex delivery in a rural secondary health facility where mother received routine antenatal care. No obstetric ultrasound scan was done. Immediate post partum period was normal. Birth weight wasdoi:10.4038/sljch.v41i3.4609 fatcat:euixvyu2fvf7pkct42svhmupti