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2013-03-05 23:43:00
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  1. three most causes of jaundice are?
    • hepatitis
    • biliary atresia
    • choledochal cysts
  2. how do you fix neonatal hepatitis?
    bld transfusions
  3. What does neonatal hepatitis look like?
    • normal sized or slight enlarged liver
    • echogenic parenchyma with decreased portal venous structures
    • normal biliary and gb
  4. What is biliary atresia?
    Narrowing or underdevelopment of the biliarty system
  5. Who is biliary atresia more common in; and what does it effect?
    • males
    • intra or extrahepatic ducts
  6. WHat is the symptoms of biliarty atresia?
    • persistent jaundice
    • acholic stools
    • dark urine
    • distended abdomen
  7. what does biliary atresia look like?
    • liver size may be normal or enlarged
    • echogenicity may be normal or increased
    • normal gb
    • possible polysplenia
  8. What are the 5 types of choledochal cysts?
    • fusiform dilation
    • cbd diverticula
    • cbd intraduodenal dilation
    • intrahepatic and extrahepatic dilation
    • caroli's disease
  9. What connects between the stomach and duodenum?
    pylorus
  10. what is hypertrophic pyloric stenosis?
    • Circular muscle narrows the canal's fuctioning, causing delayed or obstructed gastric emptying.
    • Muscle may become hypertrophied.
  11. Who does HPS effect?
    Males 2-6 wks
  12. HPS mucle thickness greater than?
    3.5 mm
  13. HPS channel length?
    17 mm or greater
  14. HPS pyloric muscle length?
    20mm

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