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The approach to common abdominal diagnosis in infants and children.

This article focuses on salient points in the evaluation of abdominal pain in infants and children. Specifically, the authors address appendicitis and abdominal pain associated with either vomiting, constipation, or gastrointestinal bleeding. A discussion of common abdominal masses, urologic, and gynecologic problems, and considerations in the evaluation of immunologically suppressed or neurologically impaired children, and children with recurrent abdominal pain is also presented. The authors establish logical, focused approaches to the initial evaluation and management of abdominal pain and suggest criteria for timely surgical referral.

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