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A term baby was born by spontaneous vaginal delivery. On his first physical examination, a prominent and wide umbilical stump was noticed, as well as congestion of the abdominal wall veins, especially while crying (figure 1). The veins radiated from the umbilicus upwards to the thorax, similar to caput medusa of portal hypertension. No hepatosplenomegaly was noted. An ultrasound …
Contributors KL-N revised and approved the manuscript. CH revised and approved the manuscript.
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