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Figure 7.27. Soft tissue nonerythematous swelling of this infant's right side of neck, arm and chest occurred as the result of extravascular extravasation of central total parenteral nutrition. Note the facial palsy on the left side.
Figure 7.28. In this radiograph of the neck and chest, note the right-sided soft tissue swelling in the neck, a widened mediastinal shadow, and a large pleural effusion. These findings are the result of perforation of the vein by the central total par-enteral nutrition catheter.
Figure 7.29. Patchy discoloration of the skin of an infant as the result of a bolus infusion of Prostaglandin E.

Figure 7.30. Abdominal radiograph of an infant with a gold-tip transpyloric feeding tube. Note the right upper quadrant vascular calcification of the portal vein. This is the result of sodium bicarbonate and calcium gluconate infusion given together through an umbilical venous catheter.

Figure 7.30. Abdominal radiograph of an infant with a gold-tip transpyloric feeding tube. Note the right upper quadrant vascular calcification of the portal vein. This is the result of sodium bicarbonate and calcium gluconate infusion given together through an umbilical venous catheter.

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