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Antral contractions that could be mistaken for a pyloric hypertrophy. The child was followed up but no pyloric hypertrophy developed. The transverse diameter is 10 mm which is considered borderline normal.

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Antral contractions that could be mistaken for a pyloric hypertrophy. The child was followed up but no pyloric hypertrophy developed. The transverse diameter is 10 mm which is considered borderline normal.

Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis
Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis
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Antral contractions that could be mistaken for a pyloric hypertrophy

Antral contractions that could be mistaken for a pyloric hypertrophy. The child was followed up but no pyloric hypertrophy developed. The transverse diameter is 10 mm which is considered borderline normal.
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Details

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 1 week
  • Body part: Stomach Duodenum

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