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Case 45 

Case 45
Case 45

Ellen Chung

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date: 18 January 2021

2-week-old with emesis.

AP image from an upper GI series shows that the duodenal–jejunal junction (DJJ) (arrowhead) is low and located to the right of the left pedicle of L1 (arrow).

The imaging differential diagnosis for emesis in a young infant depends on the character of the emesis. Bilious emesis suggests an obstruction distal to the ampulla of Vater. The diagnosis that must be excluded is midgut volvulus....

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