Neonate with jaundice and grossly deranged LFTs ? biliary atresia.
Fibromatosis Collis/Sternomastoid Tumour
4 week old who developed a mass in the neck at 3 weeks of age. There was no tenderness and the child did not have a torticollis.
Three week old male with palpable lump in the left neck.
Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
Clinical presentation: Obese 14 year old male with one month history of painful left hip.
2 year old boy referred for ultrasound of scrotum on the left.
Intussusception with a Duplication Cyst as a Lead Point.
6 month old patient seen in casualty for abdominal pain. Suspected of having an intussusception. Drawing up knees with pain, 'red currant jelly' stools, lethargic with bouts of abdominal pain and cramping.
Dandy Walker Syndrome
Dandy Walker Cyst
Antenatal diagnosis of cerebral abnormality
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