In reporting the third case of Wilson-Mikity syndrome in a full-term neonate, Drs. Keidel and Feingold1 appear instead to have described a classic case of meconium aspiration syndrome. Their patient, delivered with difficulty at 41 weeks' gestation, aspirated meconium at the time of delivery and was severely asphyxiated at birth. Respiratory distress developed after resuscitation and the baby was noted to have "diffuse granularity of both lung fields and hyperinflation indicating meconium aspiration." Later, when the chest film showed "hyperexpanded lungs with depressed diaphragms and cyst-like foci alternating with coarse infiltrates" their diagnostic impression apparently changed to Mikity-Wilson syndrome.