1. A male born at term after an uncomplicated pregnancy ,labor and delivery develops severe respiratory distress within a few hours of birth.Results of routine culture were negative.The chest roengogram reveals a normal heart shadow and fine reticulonodular infiltrates radiating from the hilum.ECHO findings reveal no abnormality.Family history reveals similar clinical course and death of a male and female sibling at 1 month and 2 months of age respictively.The most likely diagnosis is respectively.The most likely diagnosis is






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MCQ->A male born at term after an uncomplicated pregnancy ,labor and delivery develops severe respiratory distress within a few hours of birth.Results of routine culture were negative.The chest roengogram reveals a normal heart shadow and fine reticulonodular infiltrates radiating from the hilum.ECHO findings reveal no abnormality.Family history reveals similar clinical course and death of a male and female sibling at 1 month and 2 months of age respictively.The most likely diagnosis is respectively.The most likely diagnosis is ....
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