Items tagged “neonatal”
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Fibromatosis colli is a rare form of infantile fibromatosis that occurs within the sternocleidomastoid muscle. Epidemiology There may be a slight male predilection. It typically presents a few weeks after birth. Clinical presentation Presentation is usually with torticollis and is most frequ...
Neonatal chest radiograph in the exam setting
The neonatal chest radiograph in the exam setting may strike fear into the heart of many radiology registrars, but it need not! There are only a limited number of diagnoses that will be presented on such films and they are often highlighted by the history. Gestation First of all, have a look ...
Neonatal abdominal radiograph (supine view)
AP supine radiograph for neonates is a mobile examination performed on the neonatal unit. It can be taken as a standalone projection or as part of a series including a left lateral decubitus x-ray in cases of suspected perforation. Patient position the patient is supine, lying on their back i...
Faulty fetal packing
Faulty fetal packing, also known as congenital vault depression, is a congenital concave depression of the skull in a newborn. Epidemiology Occurs in 1 in 10,000 births 1. Pathology This appearance is due to external compression on the skull from 1,2: fetal limb or twin uterine fibroid b...