A Case of a Vomiting Infant

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General Medicine General Nutrition Paediatrics Public health
A Case of a Vomiting Infant

Patient presented with vomiting and was initially thought to be benign.  However, because of the persistence of symptoms, in addition to weight loss and dehydration, other conditions were considered.


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