Neonatal micrognathia can adversely affect breathing and feeding in a child. Appropriate clinical evaluation and testing are required to determine the exact etiology of the child’s airway distress and which surgical intervention, if any, are most helpful. In this case you will learn the classic presentation, exam findings, test results, and surgical treatments for the neonatal patient with symptomatic mandibular micrognathia.
Author: Navid Pourtaheri, MD, PhD; Derek M. Steinbacher, MD, DMD, FACS
Disclaimer: The content and CPT codes included in this case report are accurate up to and on the publication date. Please note that CPT codes may change; and the ones included are specific to this case at the time of publication. It is recommended that you check with the appropriate coding resources for the most current codes and application.
Return Policy for Downloaded and Viewable Products
Products which are downloaded or viewable after purchase may not be returned. By placing an order you are agreeing to the product return terms and conditions set forth by this site. ASPS Shop Return Policy