Christmas Tree Deformity

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A severe form of jejunoileal atresia (Grosfeld’s type IIIB), in which a single branch of the superior mesenteric artery fully develops, supplying, in a retrograde fashion, a markedly shortened ileum, arranged in a radiologic pattern fancifully likened to a reversed ‘Christmas tree’
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More than a third of us suffer from an increase in hay fever-like symptoms during this time of year, known as 'Christmas tree syndrome'.
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Dubbed "Christmas tree syndrome," real evergreens can cause allergic reactions like coughing, wheezing and chest pains.
Dubbed 'Christmas Tree Syndrome', symptoms include itchy nose, watery eyes, wheezing, coughing, chest pains, lethargy and insomnia - and it can even lead to life-threatening pneumonia, in rare serious cases.
Christmas Tree Syndrome is caused by mould spores and was discovered after scientists investigated a peak in breathing problems during December.
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Christmas tree syndrome symptoms include itchy nose, watery eyes, wheezing, coughing, chest pains, lethargy and insomnia.
A US study suggests there's been a rise in respiratory illnesses - dubbed "Christmas tree syndrome" - in the weeks around December 25.
Known as Christmas Tree Syndrome, symptoms include itchy noses, watery eyes, wheezing, coughing and even pneumonia.
IF someone says they're suffering from Christmas Tree Syndrome, you'd be forgiven for thinking they're having a laugh.