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Neonatal hematemesis caused by peptic esophagitis

Neonatal hematemesis caused by peptic esophagitis

Archives Francaises de Pediatrie 36(3): 250-257

Five full term neonates presented with haematemeses on one of the first three days of life. All but one had been given vitamin K at birth. Two out of five had clotting abnormalities that suggested vitamin K deficiency. All had evidence of hiatus hernia and, on oesophagoscopy, had evidence of peptic oesophagitis. Bleeding is another complication of neonatal peptic oesophagitis.

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