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Subspecialties Clinical care, Histology, Cytology

Case of the Month

A normal-appearing, six-week-old female presented with a history of volvulus on the second day of life. “Strictured” areas of bowel were noted during ostomy takedown and resected.

What is the most likely diagnosis?

A. Hirschsprung’s disease
B. Intestinal atresia
C. Meconium ileus
D. Meckel’s diverticulum
E. Duplication cyst

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