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The affected baby, if not diagnosed prenatally, usually presents with respiratory distress between 12 and 24 hours after birth. Other classical signs include:

  • a scaphoid abdomen
  • hyperexpanded chest
  • cyanosis
  • mediastinal shift to the opposite side

Last reviewed 01/2018