Case Report

Anaesthetic Management in a Child with Cutis Laxa for Bilateral Ureteric Reimplantation

Abstract

Cutis laxa is a rare congenital multisystem connective tissue disorder. Patients with cutis laxa have facial features, pulmonary emphysema and right-sided heart failure. Anaesthetic management is important because of difficult airway and respiratory/cardiac abnormalities. We have reported the preoperative evaluation and anaesthetic management of a child with Cutis laxa with right cleft lip and palate.

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IssueVol 7 No 3 (2021): Summer QRcode
SectionCase Report(s)
Published2021-07-31
DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/aacc.v7i3.6907
Keywords
Paediatric anaesthesia cutis laxa difficult airway

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Ramachandran H, Bhagya D. Anaesthetic Management in a Child with Cutis Laxa for Bilateral Ureteric Reimplantation. Arch Anesth & Crit Care. 2021;7(3):176-179.