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A three feet two inch (96 cm) tall achondroplastic patient with urothelial cell carcinoma involving renal pelvis was scheduled for a radical nephrectomy. Radial artery cannulation and central venous access were secured in the pre-induction period. After induction, the airway was secured using a exible breoptic scope. General anaesthesia was maintained with oxygen-nitrous-oxide and continuous propofol infusion. The total duration of anaesthesia was three hours and 50 minutes. To the best of thedoi:10.1080/22201173.2010.10872668 fatcat:gkivpxxg2zhbhp2g2telvlnege