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Brian D. Coley, MD, FAIUM, FSRU, FAAP
Pediatric Hollow Viscus Imaging
Brian D. Coley, MD, FAIUM, FSRU, FAAP
01/10/2016 | Time : 40 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses causes of abdominal pain and vomiting in the pediatric population. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will be able to identify the sonographic appearance of several pathologies of the pediatric viscus organs, including NEC, bowel obstruction, pyloric stenosis and intestinal malrotation.

Topics mentioned in this video : Necrotizing enterocolitis,Neonatal bowel obstruction,Inguinal hernia,Vomiting,Abdominal pain

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