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Most common. Left pericardioperitoneal canal is larger and closes later. In left posterolateral quadrant.

Bochdalek

2

Failure of closure of left pleuroperitoneal membrane

Bochdalek

3

Less common. Where Sternal and costal portions of diaphragm come together near superior epigastric arteries

Morgagni

4

One of pericardioperitoneal canals fail to close

Diaphragmatic hernia

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Polyhydramnios. Nonbilious vomiting. Trisomy 21. Double bubble sign

Esophageal atresia

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Failure of apoptosis. Bilious vomiting (yellow/green). Trisomy 21. Double bubble sign

Duodenal atresia

7

Defect of ventral abdominal wall between developing Rectus muscles lateral to umbilicus

Gastroschisis

8

Defect in involution of right umbilical vein w/ mal-development of mesoderm

Gastroschisis

9

Covered abdominal contents. Organs protrude through umbilicus and are covered by amniotic membrane or peritoneum

Omphalocele

10

Trisomy 18 (Edwards)

Omphalocele

11

Increased alpha fetoprotein

Omphalocele

12

Incomplete closure of umbilical ring

Omphalocele

13

Failure to pass meconium in first 48 hrs. Anal sphincter tone high, renal vault empty

Hirschsprung Disease

14

X Ray > dilated loops of small bowel and colon. Lack of air in rectum

Hirschsprungs

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Absence of ganglion cells in sumucosa of bowel wall. Absence of Auerbach (myenteric) and Meissner's (submucosal) plexus

Hirschsprungs

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Migration abnormality of neural crest cells into colonic walls

Hirschsprungs