The case reported by Drs. Keidel and Feingold of Wilson Mikity Disease in a full-term infant indeed had meconium aspiration as a component. However, the baby went on to have oxygen dependency for at least a month following birth. This of course differs entirely from the syndrome of meconium aspiration. Moreover, the case was reviewed by Dr. Arnold Rudolph and Dr. Victor Mikity who read the x-rays personally. There is no doubt that the case report is valid and can clearly be differentiated from the course of the two infants that Dr. Cohen reported.

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