Radiology of the Vomiting Child. Steven T Welch, MD Children’s Mercy Hospital April 30, 2011. Vomiting/ Regurgitation in young children. Most common cause of vomiting and regurgitation in infants is gastroesophageal reflux .
Steven T Welch, MD
Children’s Mercy Hospital
April 30, 2011
Upper GI study
Left lateral decubitus view
Left pedicle line
Normal duodenojejunal junction (ligament of Treitz)
Elongated pyloric channel
Thickened pyloric muscular wall
Elongated, narrow pyloric channel
Contrast filled stomach
Left decubitus X-ray
Multiple dilated bowel loops
Supine Abdomen X-Ray
Dilated distal small bowel loops
Contrast Enema pathology
Small left colon
Meconium pathology Plug Syndrome
Lateral view from a contrast enema pathology
Dilated sigmoid colon
Narrowed, irregular rectum
Hirschprung’s pathology disease
Shadowing stone in dilated appendix
Appendicitis CT pathology
Stone within an inflamed appendix
Inguinal hernia noted on physical exam; Gas-filled bowel loops seen on X-Ray performed for vomiting.
Incarcerated Hernia loops seen on X-Ray performed for vomiting.
Abnormal fluid filled structure on Pelvis CT loops seen on X-Ray performed for vomiting.
Thank you for your attention loops seen on X-Ray performed for vomiting.