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Pediatrics Baby with Greenish Vomiting

A newborn is presented by her parents with the history of vomiting of greenish colored material. on x ray there is double bubble sign. which of the following requires immediate care?
a) duodenal atresia
b) malrotation
c) annular pancreas
d) congenital diaphragmatic hernia
e) meconium ileus
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B) malrotation needs immediate care

double bubble in x-ray--------malrotation (with midgut volvulus), annular pancreas, duodenal atresia

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A newborn is presented by her parents with the history of vomiting of greenish colored material. on x ray there is double bubble sign. which of the following requires immediate care?
a) duodenal atresia
b) malrotation
c) annular pancreas
d) congenital diaphragmatic hernia
e) meconium ileus

3 causes of double bubble sign on xray:
duodenal atresia
malrotation
annular pancreas
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