Flavio Martins Posted September 11, 2021 Share Posted September 11, 2021 Hi. Today I've examined a 20 hours of life, male, with some kind of abdominal collateral circulation, but no hepatosplenomegally or massa. No other abnormal findings on physical exam. He was delivered at 40 weeks by a 25 year old gravida 2 para 1 woman with negative serologic findings (CMV not tested). The neonate was delivered vaginally and had APGAR scores of 8-9, and was transfered to Well Baby Nursery. Would tou think about some specific condition? Any tests? I've never seen such finding in a infant without liver failure... Is It possible to be normal? Thank you! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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