Rolf Habersang, MD

JEFFERSON PHARMACY

Articles

Intussusception With a Pathological Lead Point

June 01, 2008

A 4-month-old girl was admitted to a rural hospital with nonbilious vomiting and bloody stools that began the prior evening. The parents reported that the infant had periods of excessive irritability mixed with periods of calm. She had no fever, exposure to illness, or surgical history.