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What's the Diagnosis? Case by Lauren Murphy

2 year-old male with no PMHx is brought to the ED for intermittent abdominal pain for the past two days. Mom notes that the child will crouch down into a ball when he has pain, which only lasts for a few minutes at a time. He has decreased solid food intake but no vomiting or diarrhea and is otherwise well. Vitals and physical exam are unremarkable. The ultrasound is shown below…what’s the diagnosis?

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Imaging Case: Six Week-Old Infant with Projectile Vomiting

Case: A six week-old previously healthy, term infant via vaginal birth is brought to pediatric ED for repeated episodes of vomiting over a one week period. Vomiting occurs 20-30 min following every episode of feeding and is described as projectile. Parents note decreased urine output over the past two days. Patient is noted to be hungry following vomiting episodes

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Imaging Case: 2 Year Old Male With Abdominal Pain

Case: A 2 year-old male with no significant PMH is brought to the Emergency Department by his mother for intermittent abdominal pain for the past two days. Mom notes that the child will crouch down into a ball when he has pain, which lasts only a few minutes at a time. He has decreased solid food intake but no vomiting or diarrhea and is otherwise well.

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