US assessment of neonatal bowel (necrotizing enterocolitis excluded)

  title={US assessment of neonatal bowel (necrotizing enterocolitis excluded)},
  author={Corinne Veyrac and Catherine Baud and Olivier Prodhomme and Magali Saguintaah and Alain P. Couture},
  journal={Pediatric Radiology},
US plays a main role in evaluating neonatal gastrointestinal disorders. The authors describe the US appearance of normal neonatal bowel, midgut volvulus, small bowel atresia, meconium ileus, meconium peritonitis, different meconium plug syndromes, Hirschsprung disease, intestinal duplication cysts, some other abdominal cysts, some intraperitoneal infections, excluding necrotizing enterocolitis, and anorectal anomalies. The use of sonography in the imaging diagnostic strategies of these… CONTINUE READING
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