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A case of intestinal duplication
  1. Jia-liang Zhou,
  2. Wu-ping Ge,
  3. Gang Liu,
  4. Xiao-chun Zhu,
  5. Shang-jie Xiao,
  6. Yun-pu Tan
  1. Department of Neonatal surgery, Guangdong Women and Children Hospital, Guangzhou, China
  1. Correspondence to Dr Wu-ping Ge, Department of Neonatal surgery, Guangdong Women and Children Hospital, Xingnan Road 521, Guangzhou 511400, China; gewuping{at}sohu.com

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A term neonate was hospitalised for progressive abdominal distension, non-bilious vomiting and delayed meconium passage on his fifth day of birth.

The full gastrointestinal tract contrast showed a filling defect in the right middle and lower third of the abdomen, which were occupied by dilated loops of the bowel (figure 1).

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The upper and lower gastrointestinal tract contrast showed a filling defect in the right middle and lower third of the …

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  • Contributors J-lZ: idea for the article, literature review, writing, editing of the article and images, patient/parental consent. W-pG: performed the surgery. GL: clinician responsible for the patient. X-cZ: editing of the article. S-jX: editing and was responsible for management of the patient. Y-pT: took the picture.

  • Competing interests None.

  • Patient consent Obtained.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; internally peer reviewed.

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