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A 4-year-old boy presented to the emergency department with 1 week's fever and sore throat, associated with progression of respiratory distress since 3 days. He had significant stridor, nasal flaring and marked suprasternal recessions. Parents denied history of foreign body ingestion. Dyspnoea and stridor exacerbated on lying supine and was partially relieved by sit-up position. Physical examination revealed enlarged and exudative …
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