Abdominal calcification in an infant or child

May Be Caused by
 Common
Adrenal calcification
Appendicolith
Contrast medium
Foreign material
Heavy metal
Histoplasmosis in liver
Histoplasmosis in lymph node
Histoplasmosis in peritoneum
Histoplasmosis in spleen
Meconium peritonitis
Medication
Neuroblastoma
Pica
Pill ingestion
Tuberculosis in liver
Tuberculosis in lymph node
Tuberculosis in peritoneum
Tuberculosis in spleen
Urinary tract calcification
 Uncommon
Abdominal abscess
Appendiceal mucocele
Armillifer infestation of mesentery
Armillifer infestation of peritoneum
Arterial calcification
Bowel atresia
Bowel duplication
Calculus in Meckel diverticulum
Calculus in urachal cyst
Chronic pancreatitis
Congenital syndromes
Congenital transplacental infection
Cyst of kidney
Cyst of mesentery
Cyst of ovary
Cyst of pancreas
Cyst of spleen
Cysticercosis of abdominal wall
Cysticercosis of back
Dermoid cyst
Enterolith
Fetus in fetu
Gallstone
Guinea worm infection
Hamartoma of liver
Hemangioma
Hemangioma of liver
Hemochromatosis of liver
Hepatoblastoma
Hepatocellular carcinoma
Hydatid cyst
Intestinal obstruction
Ischemic infarct or necrosis of liver
Lymphangioma
Lympholith
Metastatic calcinosis
Metastatic neuroblastoma
Old hematoma in liver
Old hematoma in retroperitoneum
Old hematoma in spleen
Phlebolith
Primary hyperparathyroidism
Renal vein thrombosis
Retroperitoneal neoplasm
Ruptured hydrometrocolpos with plastic peritonitis
Secondary hyperparathyroidism
Teratoma
Thromboembolism of portal vein
Thrombosis of inferior vena cava
Tuberculous psoas abscess

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