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Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg, MD, FACR, FAAP
GI Emergencies
Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg, MD, FACR, FAAP
01/04/2010 | Time : 37 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : GI emergencies, Acute abdomen premature infant, Necrotizing enterocolitis, NEC, NEC: plain film radiograph, Necrotizing enterocolitis: pneumatosis intestinalis, Portal venous air, NEC: pneumoperitoneum, Normal bowel, Increased perfusion – hyperemic viable bowel, Y appearance/zebra pattern, Absent perfusion, Bowel wall ischemia, NEC abscess, Acute abdomen in FT infant, Esophageal atresia with/without TEF, EA/TEF symptoms, Esophageal atresia with fistula FT NB, Determine extent of atresia, Ultrasound GEJ, Imperforate anus, Meconium ileus/ilieal atresia, Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, Normal pylorus and ligament of Treitz, HPS: string sign, HPS: beak sign/pyloric tit, Other causes of gastric outlet obstruction, Normal pylorus, HPS: cervix sign, HPS: target sign, Donut, Gastric ulcer, Duodenal obstruction – intrinsic causes, Duodenal atresia, Jejunal atresia, Bilious vomiting Malrotation, Rotation/fixation GI tract: 6th week, Rotation/fixation GI tract: 10th week, Intestinal malrotation, Relationship SMV/SMA inversion, Whirlpool sign, SB hematoma, Duodenal hematoma, GI duplication cyst, Duplication cysts, NB with bilious vomiting, Intussusception, Sonography – modality of choice, Intussusception: US findings, Ileocolic intussusception, Pneumatic reduction intussusception, Intussusception secondary to lymphoma RLQ pain in child and adolescent, Mesenteric adenitis, Acute appendicitis, US evaluation of appendix, Sonographic features normal appendix, Sonographic criteria acute appendicitis, Appendicolith, Graded compression, Appendiceal abscess with fecalith, Multiple abscesses, Differentiate appendix and PID, H2O enema, Acute appendicitis: pitfalls in US diagnosis, Crohn’s disease, Referred pain, Summary

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Keywords : acute abdomen, acute appendicitis, appendiceal abscess, appendicolith, beak sign, bilious vomiting, bowel wall ischemia, choledochal cyst, Crohn’s disease, duodenal atresia, duodenal hematoma, duodenal obstruction, EA, esophageal atresia, fecalith, gastric outlet obstruction, gastroesophageal junction, gastrointestinal duplication cyst, GEJ, HPS, hyperemic bowel, hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, ileocolic intussusception, ilieal atresia, imperforate anus, intestinal malrotation, Intussusception, jejunal atresia, Legg-Perthe’s disease, ligament of Treitz, meconium ileus, mesenteric adenitis, mesenteric cyst, NEC abscess, NEC, necrotizing enterocolitis, omental cyst, pancreatic pseudocyst, pelvic inflammatory disease, PID, pneumatosis intestinalis, pneumoperitoneum, portal venous air, pseudo-kidney sign, pyloric tit, RLQ pain, SMA and SMV inversion, small bowel hematoma, string sign, TEF, tracheoesophageal fistula, volvulus, Y appearance, zebra pattern

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