Acute appendicitis with appendicolith
14 year old male with RIF pain and fever
Agenesis of Corpus Collosum
A one month old girl presented for a paediatric head ultrasound, as a follow up to a previous antenatal finding. The request form reads: 'Antenatal diagnosis of Dandy-Walker malformation with mildly dilated ventricles and agenesis of the corpus callosum.
Bilateral Wilms Tumour
11 month old male presenting with abdominal distention.
Infant with jaundice.
Neonate with jaundice and grossly deranged LFTs ? biliary atresia.
Dandy Walker Cyst
Antenatal diagnosis of cerebral abnormality
Dandy Walker Syndrome
Enteric Duplication Cyst
Abdominal pain in a child.
Fibromatosis Colli of the Sternocleidomastoid Muscle
2 week old male presenting with a hard palpable lump on the left neck.
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.
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