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(vitelline duct)
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  • Vitelline duct pathologies in neonates. [Journal Article]
  • NCNorth Clin Istanb 2018; 5(3):211-215
  • Celebi S, Ozaydin S, … Sander S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Symptomatic VDP in the newborn demonstrates a significant gender difference. Symptomatic cases are more likely to have ectopic gastric tissue than non-symptomatic cases. Incidentally detected cases without removal should be followed closely for future complications.
  • [Meckel's diverticulum : state of the art]. [Case Reports]
  • RMRev Med Liege 2018; 73(9):474-479
  • Tomagra F, Jamblin P, … Mercken B
  • The persistence of the embryonic vitelline duct can lead to omphalomesenteric duct anomalies. A wide variety of anomalies, depending on the remnant segment and its degree of involution, may occur as …
  • Vitelline fistula associated with omphalocele: Diagnostic dilemma? [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2018; 47:45-47
  • Sy ED, Shan YS, Lin CH
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our review of literature, VF associated with omphalocele had not been reported. Combination of anomaly maybe misleading, however, can be easily diagnosed the location of VF opening on the omphalocele sac, which is adjacent to the umbilical cord and luminal passage of meconium stool after birth. A fistulogram may be the best initial diagnostic imaging approach for identifying and confirmation of a fistula tract.VF associated with omphalocele is rare. Post-natal diagnosis is easily by gross appearance stoma like lesion, which is located just lateral of the umbilical cord, an intact omphalocele sac and post-natal meconium stool passage.
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