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Linh
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for you reply.

I do agree there is a range as I have seen a child being diagnosed with divarication when you see the midline vertical bulging.

It is obvious when you see it clinically, but for mild cases, I just want to get this idea clear.
So normally, when the patient hunches over when supine, the Rectus should come together and there should be no bulging of linea alba at all? Because if there is, then we call it divarication?

Best regards,
Linh

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