3 week old infant presented with nonbilious vomiting. X ray attached. Comment please.

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Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is a strong possibility. Can be confirmed by clinical examination of olive shaped mass in epigastrium and ultrasound abdomen. Typical third week presentation of symptoms as in this case

CHP (congenital hypertrohic pyloric stenosis)

I t is a case of gross distension of the stomach& no bilious vomiting,no other part of G I tract distension. It is most probably acase of Congenital Pyloric stenosis.

Typical case of congenital hypertrophic pyeloric stenosis... Do USG abdomen ...if its size width >3mm and legth >16mm..then go for surgery... Send pt to pediatric surgeon... I had treated CHPS conservatively and baby recovered completely....

Rule out pyloric stenosis

Congenital Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

R/o pyloric stenosis

Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis Dx clinically by Test Feed Or USG Correction of fluid and electrolytes imbalance Ramstedt's pyloromyotomy

CHP....

Pyloric stenosis

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