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A 24-week gestation baby was managed conservatively at 23 days of life for necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) (Bell's stage 1). On day 3 of treatment, she developed an acute, localised, anterior abdominal wall swelling just to the right of the midline (figure 1). Her clinical condition had not worsened. This swelling was …
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