- Early vomiting of large amounts, which may be greenish.
- Continued vomiting even when infant has not been fed for several hours.
- Absent urination.
- Absent bowel movements after first few meconium stools.
- Bile stained vomit after birth.
- Metabolic acidosis.
- Dehydration and electrolyte abnormalities are corrected by providing fluids through an intravenous tube.
- Surgery to correct the duodenal blockage is necessary, but is not an emergency. A surgeon makes a small incision near the navel and inserts a specialized camera to identify the location and nature of the blockage. Surgical tools are used to open the duodenum and suture it to the intestine. During surgery, the infant is usually given a feeding tube and intravenous fluids to prevent dehydration. Followup examinations are important to ensure the procedure was successful and that the baby is digesting nutrients.
- Swelling of the first part of the small bowel (megaduodenum).
- Problems with movement through the intestines.
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