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Misdiagnosis of fetus-in-fetu as meconium peritonitis
Yoon Joo Kim, Se Hyung Sohn, Ju Young Lee, Jin A Sohn, Eun Hee Lee, Ee Kyung Kim, Chang Won Choi, Han Suk Kim, Beyong Il Kim, Jung Hwan Choi
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2011;54(3):133-136.   Published online March 31, 2011

Fetus-in-fetu (FIF) is a rare congenital condition in which a fetiform mass is detected in the host abdomen and also in other sites such as the intracranium, thorax, head, and neck. This condition has been rarely reported in the literature. Herein, we report the case of a fetus presenting with abdominal cystic mass and ascites and prenatally diagnosed as meconium...

A Case of Meconium Peritonitis Accompanied with Hydrocele
Hoi Kyung Yoon, Ha Young Roh, Jin Hwa Kook, Young Youn Choi, Sang Young Chung
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2004;47(4):448-452.   Published online April 15, 2004
Meconium peritonitis is a rare disease in neonates, characterized by intraperitoneal calcification, numerous fibrosis with or without pseudocyst formation due to antenatal extravasation of meconium. Meconium peritonitis may result in a number of genital manifestations, including inguinal and scrotal or labial hydrocele containing meconium or calcifications. Recently, increased numbers of fetuses with meconium peritonitis have been prenatally diagnosed by ultrasonography....
Original Article
Two cases of meconium peritonitis.
Hye Kyung Nam, Dong Hwan Lee, Sang Jhoo Lee
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1991;34(2):256-260.   Published online February 28, 1991
Meconium peritonitis is a non-bacterial foreign body and chemical peritonitis occurring during intrauterine or early neonatal life as the result of an abnormal communicatiion between the bowel contents and the peritonesal cavity. We experienced two cases of meconium peritonitis, diagnosed in according to the clinical and radiologic features, in two female neonates who had the chief complaint of vomiting and abdominal distention. A brief review...
A case of Meconium Peritonitis.
Youn Young Yu, Hyun Soon Lee, Eui Bon Koo, Sung Won Kim, Gil Hyun Kim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1990;33(9):1266-1270.   Published online September 30, 1990
Meconium peritonitis is an aseptic peritonitis caused by spill of meconium in the abdominal cavity through discontinuation of the intestine by any cause, which have taken place during intrauterine or perinatal life. We experienced a case of meconium peritonitis in an 1-day-old male neonate who had the chief complaint of dyspnea and abdominal distension. The review of the literature was made briefly.
Case Report
Two Cases of Meconium Peritonitis.
Yeong Ho Ra, Soon Don hong, Sang Ho Park, Kyu Chul Choi, Chong Woo Bae, Chang Il Ahn
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1986;29(11):1239-1244.   Published online November 30, 1986
We experienced two cases of meconium peritonitis with sigmoidal perforation in three-day-old male neonate and ileal perforation in one-day-old male neonate, respectively which were treated by primary closure. Literatures are reviewed briefly.
Original Article
Two Cases of Meconium Peritonitis.
Hye Jin Lim, Hae Young Kim, Yang Suk Choi, Jung Woo Yang
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1986;29(6):674-678.   Published online June 30, 1986
Meconium peritonitis is an aseptic peritonitis caused by spill of meconium in the abdominal cavity through one or several intestinal perforations which have taken place during intrauterine life or early neonatal life. We experienced two cases of Meconium Peritonitis in a 1 day-old male baby and a 2day-old male baby who had the chief complaint of vomiting and abdominal...
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