- •Congenital Unilateral Pulmonary Atresia may mimic pulmonary hypoplasia.
- •The presence of a normal plain radiograph at birth aids in the diagnosis as the imaging findings have a characteristic development over time.
- •The condition is surgically treatable if recognized early but may lead to pulmonary hemorrhage and pulmonary hypertension.
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