. Case IntroAlagille SyndromeEtiologyPathophysiologyClinical ManifestoesTreatmentsNutritional ImplicationsChallenge Quiz. . Case ProgressionLabsNutritional screeningNutritional hxPlan and RecommendationsSummary. Case Intro. Chief complaintInfant born with severe intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) and slow growthHistory of Present Problem/ IllnessBorn at 37 1/7 weeks GA by induced vaginal delivery secondary to severe IUGR and oligohydramniosCleft of soft palate extending thr25
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