Dr Ashutosh Talwar, Dr Neerja Puri
DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY & DERMATOLOGY,G.G.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, FARIDKOT. 151203. PUNJAB.
A 6 month old male child presented with an umbilical mass since birth.
It had appeared on 8th day, 2 days after the umbilical stump has fallen off.
- There was no history of serous or blood stained discharge from the mass.
- There were no constitutional signs and symptoms.
- The skin around the umbilicus was normal.
- The axillary and inguinal lymph nodes were not enlarged.
- On examination the baby was haemodynamically stable.
AÂ red polypoidal mass of 2x 2 cm in size was found in the umbilicus (Fig 1 and Fig 2).
The tumour was firm and non tender with a nodular and glistening surface and no ulceration was seen..
An umbilical adenoma was diagnosed. General and systemic examination did not reveal any abnormality.
The swelling was covered with a normal saline ( Fig 3) andÂ povidone iodine soaked gauze while preparations were done for surgery next morning. Haemogram andÂ renal function tests were normal. Urine output was adequate.
what is its diagnosis?
What is its Treatment?