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What are the symptoms of lung disease in infants?

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In brief: Depends

The symptoms usually are rapid breathing, retraction of the skin between ribs, under ribs, and above the collar bones.
The infant may also have some nasal flaring. In addition, the child maybe more fussy than usual, more tired than usual, and not able to eat as well.

In brief: Depends

The symptoms usually are rapid breathing, retraction of the skin between ribs, under ribs, and above the collar bones.
The infant may also have some nasal flaring. In addition, the child maybe more fussy than usual, more tired than usual, and not able to eat as well.
Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
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Dr. Amrita Dosanjh
Overall growth may also be affected. In addition, there may be apnea, vomiting, cough and discoloration of the skin and nails.
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