The Patient With Pyloric Stenosis

  • Scott Ira Winikoff


A 3-week-old male was brought to the emergency room with a 3-day history of clear projectile vomiting after each feeding. He had been anuricfor almost 24h and was becoming increasingly lethargic.


Pylorie Stenosis Fetal Hemoglobin Maintenance Fluid Moderate Dehydration Jejunal Atresia 
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