Hello, everyone.

Can someone help me with this question?

     Is testing for ileocolic intussusception by ultrasound just as likely to be positive when a child is acutely in pain vs. NOT in pan?

I have not been able to find any answers, so any help that can be provided would be welcome!

Thanks,

Carolyn

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Hospital School Program Coordinator
Family Resource Center Library
UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
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Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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