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three most causes of jaundice are?
how do you fix neonatal hepatitis?
What does neonatal hepatitis look like?
normal sized or slight enlarged liver
echogenic parenchyma with decreased portal venous structures
normal biliary and gb
What is biliary atresia?
Narrowing or underdevelopment of the biliarty system
Who is biliary atresia more common in; and what does it effect?
intra or extrahepatic ducts
WHat is the symptoms of biliarty atresia?
what does biliary atresia look like?
liver size may be normal or enlarged
echogenicity may be normal or increased
What are the 5 types of choledochal cysts?
cbd intraduodenal dilation
intrahepatic and extrahepatic dilation
What connects between the stomach and duodenum?
what is hypertrophic pyloric stenosis?
Circular muscle narrows the canal's fuctioning, causing delayed or obstructed gastric emptying.
Muscle may become hypertrophied.
Who does HPS effect?
Males 2-6 wks
HPS mucle thickness greater than?
HPS channel length?
17 mm or greater
HPS pyloric muscle length?