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Introduction. Chest X-ray (CXR) has been for decades the most practiced diagnostic tool in respiratory pathology, an available and sometimes life-saving investigation, but we must admit that it has also long-term risks. X-rays can destroy living tissues, affecting DNA and producing genetic mutations Objective. Reducing the exposure of the newborn to ionizing radiation. Material and method. We have analyzed the diagnostic correlation between CXR and lung ultrasound (LUS) for newborns withdoi:10.37897/rjp.2022.4.4 fatcat:iqfzlol4hjhtfmc4qglnyqwwty