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Virtual Pediatric Hospital: Correlapaedia - a Correlative Encyclopedia of Pediatric Imaging, Surgery, and Pathology: Unorganized Unknowns

Correlapaedia - a Correlative Encyclopedia of Pediatric Imaging, Surgery, and Pathology

Unorganized Unknowns

Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.,
Steven J. Fishman, M.D.,
Deborah E. Schofield, M.D.

Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed
Case 1 - Fifteen year old female with black-blue subcutaneous nodules and chronic GI bleeding.
Case 2 - Two year old male with stridor since birth.
Case 3 - Newborn full term male with an anterior abdominal wall defect diagnosed on prenatal ultrasound.
Case 4 - Two day old former 36 week premature female with bilious vomiting.
Case 5 - Five month old male with vomiting and abdominal distension.
Case 6 - Newborn 36 week premature female with bilious vomiting.
Case 7 - Four day old full term male with vomiting and a palpable abdominal mass.
Case 8 - Four day old full term female with a congenital chest mass.
Case 9 - Seven month old female with non bilious and bilious vomiting.
Case 10 - Three week old male with bloody stools and emesis.
Case 11 - Thirty month old female with incidentally noted loops of bowel in the chest.
Case 12 - Sixteen year old female with a neck mass.
Case 13 - One month old female with stridor.
Case 14. - Newborn full term female with bilious aspirates.
Case 15 - Six year old male who fell off his bike and has abdominal pain
Case 16 - Three year old male with a midline neck mass.
Case 17 - Four year old male with recurrent respiratory infections.
Case 18 - Newborn full term male with a double bubble sign on prenatal ultrasound and failure to pass a nasogastric tube at birth.
Case 19 - Newborn full term female with an anterior abdominal wall defect.
Case 20 - One day old full term female with bilious aspirates.
Case 21 - Eight month old male with an abdominal mass.
Case 22 - Thirty month old male with progressive respiratory distress.
Case 23 - One day old full term male with a distended abdomen and bilious aspirates.
Case 24 - Eleven year old female status who had an appendectomy 3 months ago and now has abdominal pain and vomiting.
Case 25 - Newborn full term female with an anterior chest and abdominal midline defect.
Case 26 - Newborn full term female with respiratory distress and a chest mass.
Case 27 - Three week old male with a large soft tissue mass on his back.
Case 28 - Eleven month old female with a single perineal opening.
Case 29 - Two day old full term male with bilious vomiting and a palpable right lower quadrant mass.
Case 30 - Three year old male with an abdominal mass.
Case 31 - Eleven year old male with a large soft tissue mass involving his right arm and chest.
Case 32 - Newborn 32 week premature female with a renal mass diagnosed on prenatal ultrasound.
Case 33 - Eight year old female with abdominal distension.
Case 34 - Four year old male with increased perspiration.
Case 35 - One day old full term male with an absent anal orifice.
Case 36 - Four year old female who stools out of her vagina and rectum.
Case 37 - Newborn full term male with a nasal mass.
Case 38 - Eighteen day old former 27 week premature female with abdominal distension and rapid clinical deterioration.
Case 39 - Seventeen year old male with chest pain.
Case 40 - Five month old female with incidentally noted abdominal calcifications on a chest film.
Case 41 - Fifteen month old female with weight loss.
Case 42 - Eight year old female with abdominal pain and an abdominal mass.
Case 43 - Fifteen month old male with opsoclonus and myoclonus.
Case 44 - Eighteen month old male diagnosed 9 months ago with a liver tumor.
Case 45 - Newborn full term female with a neck mass.
Case 46 - Two day old full term male with abdominal distension.
Case 47 - Sixteen year old male with a pectus excavatum deformity of the chest.
Case 48 - Newborn full term female with a distended abdomen.
Case 49 - Newborn 32 week premature female with a sacral mass.
Case 50 - Fifteen year old male with abdominal pain.
Case 51 - Newborn full term female with anal atresia.
Case 52 - Newborn full term female with an anterior abdominal wall defect.
Case 53 - Six week old female with a small sinus in the right neck.
Case 54 - Two year old female with an abdominal mass.
Case 55 - Thirteen year old male with abdominal pain and vomiting.
Case 56 - Four week old male with vomiting.

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