harvard peds belly 2.txt

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  1. Abdominal mass in older child: renal �
    Wilms, hydronephrosis;
  2. Abdominal mass in older child:GI �
    appendiceal abscess, intussusception, neoplasm;
  3. Abdominal mass in older child:RP �
    neuroblastoma;
  4. Abdominal mass in older child:genital �
    ovarian cyst, teratoma, hydrometrocolpos;
  5. Abdominal mass in older child:hepatobiliary �
    hepatoblastoma, HCC, mesenchymal hamartoma;
  6. Abdominal mass in older child:VP shunt �
    CSFoma
  7. Gastric filling defect:
    FB (most common), bezoar, duplication, ectopic pancreas
  8. gastric Thick folds:
    enteritis, lymphoma, leukemia, Henoch-Schonlein purpura, HUS, coagulopathies
  9. GI bleed:
    Meckel�s, juvenile polyps, IBD
  10. Liver lesions:
    cysts, hemangioendothelioma, mesenchymal hamartoma, hepatoblastoma, HCC, mets from Wilms or neuroblastoma
  11. Fatty liver:
    chronic protein malnutrition (most common), CF, glycogen storage disease, hepatitis, chemotherapy, steroids, hyperalimentation
  12. Cholelithiasis:
    sickle cell, thalassemia, CF, HPT, premature infants with HMD
  13. Congenital GU anomalies:
    malrotation, ectopic kidney, horseshoe kidney, cross-fused ectopia, renal hypoplasia, ureteral duplication, ureterocele, UPJ obstruction, UVJ obstruction, megaureter, bladder extrophy, prune belly, PUV, hypospadia, caudal regression
  14. Cystic renal masses:
    hydronephrosis, ARPKD, MCDK, multilocular cystic nephroma, VHL, TS, cystic Wilms
  15. Hydronephrosis:
    most common abdominal mass in neonates; UPJ obstruction, UVJ obstruction, ectopic ureterocele, PUV, prune belly
  16. Solid renal mass:
    Wilms (children), mesoblastic nephroma (newborns), nephroblastomatosis, AML, lymphoma, leukemia, neuroblastoma
  17. Adrenal mass:
    neonatal hemorrhage (common), neuroblastoma, other RP masses (Wilms, hydronephrotic upper pole, RP adenopathy, hepatoblastoma, splenic mass)
  18. Cystic structure in or near bladder wall:
    Hutch diverticulum, urachal remnant, ureterocele, megaureter, ovarian cyst, mesenteric cyst
  19. Presacral mass:
    rectal duplication, anterior meningocele, teratoma, neuroblastoma
  20. Interlabial mass:
    ectopic ureterocele, periurethral cysts, rhabdomyosarcoma of vagina, prolapsed urethra, imperforate hymen

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