This chapter opens with the questions to be answered when a mass is discovered, followed by a description of normal and common abnormal abdominal masses. There is a discussion of how tumours (neuroblastoma, Wilms’ tumour and hepatoblastoma) present and a section on uncommon abnormal masses and neonatal masses. Finally, there is a description of pelvic masses.
KeywordsBiliary Atresia Ovarian Cyst Abdominal Mass Choledochal Cyst Porta Hepatis
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