Respiratory infections and chronic cough due to triple A (Allgrove) syndrome

Hengqi Zheng, Ramesh S Iyer, M Cristina Pacheco, Jennifer Jean Soares, Kaalan Johnson, Mary Len, Lusine Ambartsumyan
Clinical Case Reports 2020, 8 (3): 437-440
Cough and respiratory infections are common in pediatrics. Our case report illustrates the need for pediatricians to consider rare diagnoses such as genetic syndromes and primary gastrointestinal motility disorders in patients with unremitting respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms. Early identification provides early intervention and reduces long-term morbidity for pediatric patients.

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