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389 Possible Causes for Polyhydramnios, Pyloric Stenosis

  • Duodenal Atresia

    […] of the bowel with a midgut volvulus , or Ladd's bands Fetal ultrasound may show polyhydramnios Differential Pyloric stenosis, tracheoesophageal fistula Treatment Medical[] These diagnoses are difficult and can be suspected on ultrasound by nonspecific findings including a small stomach and polyhydramnios.[] There was associated polyhydramnios. A presumptive diagnosis of duodenal atresia with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia was made.[]

  • Pyloric Stenosis

    […] luminal walls (Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (IHPS)).[] Prenatal ultrasound may show polyhydramnios, fluid-filled stomach, and proximal duodenum.[] We report a child with recurrent pyloric stenosis who was managed by redo pyloromyotomy.[]

  • Polyhydramnios

    DH's mum was born with pyloric stenosis as were a few other members of the family so I'm now wondering if he could have that.[] Sonography of polyhydramnios.[] This may include any condition that makes it hard for him to swallow, such as pyloric stenosis , a cleft lip or palate, or some kind of blockage in the gastrointestinal tract[]

  • Abdominal Mass

    Causes: Gastrointestinal See Hepatomegaly in Newborns See Splenomegaly in Newborns Gastrointestinal Duplications Meconium ileus Mesenteric or omental cyst Pyloric Stenosis[] This is typically diagnosed after 22 weeks and is accompanied by polyhydramnios in most cases, although the degree of polyhydramnios varies. Figure 3.[] Causes Upper abdominal/ epigastric mass retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy (e.g. lymphoma, teratoma) AAA gastric CA pancreatic pseudocyst or tumour pyloric stenosis transverse[]

  • Duodenal Stenosis

    pyloric stenosis.[] Evidence of polyhydramnios on prenatal ultrasonography may lead to an early diagnosis of duodenal obstruction.[] Polyhydramnios rarely develops before 24 weeks’ gestation but can contribute to preterm labor.[]

  • Congenital Pyloric Stenosis

    A survey was made of 292 infants with congenital pyloric stenosis, diagnosed between 1967 and 1977 in seven hospitals in Israel.[] Atresia Atresia is distal to entry of the common bile duct (occurs at the point of fusion between the foregut and midgut) Association with Down syndrome History of maternal polyhydramnios[] Chapter 321 Pyloric Stenosis and Other Congenital Anomalies of the Stomach 321.1 Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis occurs in 1-3/1,000 infants in[]

  • Esophageal Atresia

    They include other intestinal atresias duodenal atresia jejunoileal atresia anal atresia annular pancreas pyloric stenosis VACTERL association inclusive of congenital cardiac[] Except a late suspicion of EA (one day before delivery), EA was not diagnosed during prenatal scans despite association with polyhydramnios in two cases and single umbilical[] ., esophageal stenosis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, nutritional evaluation, anorectal malformation surgery, pyloric stenosis, and gastroenteritis…) and respiratory in[]

  • Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

    Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is a common condition requiring surgical intervention during the first few weeks of life.[] There appears to be an association with polyhydramnios.[] Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis presenting beyond infancy is an uncommon occurrence. The etiology of adult onset pyloric stenosis is unknown.[]

  • Costello Syndrome

    Thus we add hypertrophic pyloric stenosis to the abnormalities seen with increased frequency in Costello syndrome.[] The most common prenatal findings in the literature and in this cohort were polyhydramnios and fetal overgrowth with relative macrocephaly.[] At 22(5/7) weeks relative macrocephaly, mild pyelectasia and moderate polyhydramnios were noted in both twins.[]

  • Cornelia De Lange Syndrome

    stenosis.[] […] year-old pregnant woman (gravida 1, para 0) was referred to our Fetal Medicine Department during her 33rd week of gestation due to intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) and polyhydramnios[] […] couples with a prior child with CdLS in whom a mutation has not been identified or when there are unexplained signs of fetal abnormality during pregnancy, such as oligo- or polyhydramnios[]

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