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2006-11-01-09 Duodenal atresia © Marcos Antonio Velasco Sanchez

Duodenal atresia

Marcos Antonio Velasco Sanchez, MD, Candelairo Conda Moreno, MD, Bibiano Pano, MD, Santiago Rodriguez, MD, Marcos Antonio Velasco Perez, MD

Sanatorio Sagrado Corazon, Irapuato Gto., Clinica Medica de Jesus,Pinotepa Nacional Oax., Instituto Mexicano de Diagnostico por Imagen, Hospital General de Acapulco Guerrero, S.S.A., Universida Autonoma de GuerreroUnidad Obstetrica Quirurgica Hospital General De Acapulco, Universidad Autonoma De Guerrero

An 20-year-old G1P0 was referred to our department at 36th week of pregnancy. Ultrasound investigation revealed polyhydramnios with classical "double bubble" sign of duodenal atresia. Karyotype was normal (46, XX). The baby was delivered at 39th week of pregnancy (3100 g.). Operation and postoperative course was normal.

Pictures 1, 2, 3, 4 - "double bubble" sign



Pictures 5, 6 - polyhydramnios and postnatal radiogram


Pictures 7, 8 - postoperative pictures of the female baby


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