Imaging Case: Answer

Answer: False. Infants present with non-bilious vomiting

Diagnosis: Pyloric Stenosis

Pathology: Pyloric stenosis is hypertrophy and hyperplasia of the pylorus with a multifactorial inheritance in families. The incidence is 5/1000 births in males and 2/1000 births in females. It is therefore more common in males; it is also more common in first-born infants, and in Caucasian infants.

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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