By Emilio Etala, Etala, Alfred Axtmayer
Atlas illustrating the surgeries used to regard gastrointestinal tract disorder, for practitioners. Covers surgical anatomy, the preoperative and intraoperative prognosis, and surgical indication. Translation. DNLM: Gastrointestinal method - surgical procedure - atlases.
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Stallion A, Dough Kou T. Hirschsprung`s disease. In: Wyllie R, Hyams JS (eds). Pediatric Gastrointestinal Disease: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Management. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2006, pp. 735–48. 46 Chapter 5 Abdominal pain in childhood Iñaki X. Irastorza Terradillos, MD, and Juan C. Vitoria Cormenzana, MD, PhD Introduction Abdominal pain is one of the most challenging symptoms in paediatric practice. Often imprecise, abdominal pain may require, especially if acute, an intense diagnostic approach in order to avoid misidentification of potentially underlying medical or surgical problems.
12 In infants requiring laparotomy or in definitive surgical procedure, serial, progressively proximal, fullthickness biopsies are obtained to determine the level at which ganglionic bowel begins (levelling procedure). 13 A: Normal subject. Haematoxylin and eosin stain of colonic biopsy showing myenteric plexus with ganglionic cells (2) between the circular and longitudinal muscle layers (1). B: Hirschsprung`s disease (HD). Ganglion cells are absent in the intermuscular plexus with increase in nerve fibres.
After a 10-minute stabilization period, the following A B parameters are recorded: mean rectal ampullar resting pressure, mean anal canal resting pressure, and mean external anal sphincter resting pressure. B: Posteriorly increasing volumes of air (5–50 ml) to inflate the rectal balloon are progressively introduced. e the drop of anal pressure during rectal distention transmitted by the ganglion cells of the submucosal and myenteric plexus. The RAIR is present in healthy infants (even preterm older than 26 weeks gestational age) and children and in patients with functional constipation and encopresis.
Atlas of Gastrointestinal Surgery (Two-Volume Set) (Books) by Emilio Etala, Etala, Alfred Axtmayer