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Necrotising enterocolitis

Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) is the most common gastrointestinal condition in premature neonates. It is characterised by inflammation, ischaemia, and permeability of the neonatal bowel wall to bacteria. It is potentially life-threatening with significant associated morbidity 1. Epidemiology ...
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Necrotizing enterocolitis

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 11 Jun 2009
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Necrotising enterocolitis (staging)

Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) can be staged into three groups, helping to guide appropriate treatment. In general, stage I and II are managed medically whereas stage III is managed surgically. stage I clinical signs lethargy, temperature instability, apnoea, bradycardia emesis, abdominal d...
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Necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 24 May 2010
68% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis

NEC complicated b...
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 13 Jul 2010
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Necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Radswiki
Published 20 Oct 2010
47% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Hein Els
Published 11 Mar 2018
60% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis

Pneumatosis intes...
Dr Hani Salam
Published 24 May 2010
16% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 02 Jan 2010
72% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Radswiki
Published 20 Oct 2010
47% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Rad_doc
Published 13 Sep 2016
85% complete
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Football sign (pneumoperitoneum)

The football sign is seen in cases of massive pneumoperitoneum, where the abdominal cavity is outlined by gas from a perforated viscus. The median umbilical ligament and falciform ligament are sometimes included in the description of this sign, as representing the sutures. Which football is use...
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Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC)

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 02 Apr 2009
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Perforated necrotising enterocolitis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 29 Aug 2018
94% complete
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Necrotising enterocolitis with portal venous gas

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 12 Jan 2016
72% complete
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Pneumoperitoneum and respiratory distress syndrome

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 29 Aug 2018
94% complete
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Neonatal pneumoperitoneum

The causes of neonatal pneumoperitoneum are different from adult pneumoperitoneum and include: perforated hollow viscus necrotising enterocolitis (NEC): most common meconium ileus in cystic fibrosis Hirschsprung disease intestinal atresia or web peptic ulcer disease iatrogenic intubation...
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Neonatal bilious vomiting

Neonatal bilious vomiting has a relatively narrow differential - those conditions that cause intestinal obstruction, but do so distal to the ampulla of Vater.  As such, the list includes: malrotation with midgut volvulus duodenal atresia jejunoileal atresia meconium ileus necrotizing entero...
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Portal venous gas

Portal venous gas is the accumulation of gas in the portal vein and its branches. It needs to be distinguished from pneumobilia, although this is usually not too problematic, when associated findings are taken into account along with the pattern of gas (i.e. peripheral in portal venous gas, cent...
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Pseudokidney sign (hepatic flexure)

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Prat-Matifoll
Published 06 Apr 2016
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Respiratory distress syndrome

Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is a relatively common condition resulting from insufficient production of surfactant that occurs in preterm neonates.  On imaging, the condition generally presents as bilateral and relatively symmetric diffuse ground glass lungs with low volumes and a bell-s...
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Intramural bowel gas and portal venous gas

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hidayatullah Hamidi
Published 26 Feb 2017
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Bowel perforation

Bowel perforation can occur in many different settings, but the more common are bowel obstruction (both small and large) bowel ischaemia severe ulcer disease diverticular disease infection malignant diseases gastrointestinal tumors direct tumour invasion trauma: blunt or penetrating au...
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Pneumoperitoneum

Pneumoperitoneum describes gas within the peritoneal cavity, often due to critical illness. There are numerous causes and several mimics. Pathology The most common cause of pneumoperitoneum is from the disruption of the wall of a hollow viscus. In children, the causes are different from the ad...
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