Thank you for this very interesting topic. In your discussion you spoke about esophageal dissociation, Gastrostomy, Nissen,... I wanted to ask when would you consider a feeding Jejunostomy in your practice ?
Persistent or Acquired Aganglionosis This problem may be due to an error in histological analysis, a transition zone pull-through or loss of ganglion cells and can be diagnosed by performing a biopsy above the colo-anal anastomosis. The specimen from the original operation should be reviewed and further sections should be taken circumferentially at the resection margin since the transition zon
Constipation post repair benign defect in the spectrum of anorectal malformation is a high incidence,is it related to a intrauterine defect or related to delayed presentation or no tapering was done during primary repair.Constipation is incurable but manageable with bowel management program.
Does anyone have a weight cutoff for doing a primary anastomosis on a baby with spontaneous intestinal perforation or segmental NEC vs. stomas? The NEC POD cast seems to suggest all babies should get a stoma and mucous fistula.
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I have listened every detail of Dr. Stolar´s podcast. He is right that nowadays pediatric surgeons don´t get much involved in the ventiatory management. To learned about columbia´s ventilatory strategy was like an eye opener. Even though this group strategy has been published sin
It was great lestening to such pearls in this broadcast. Thanks for all had been involved in. I would like to know how Dr. Marc managing a pouch colon discovered few years after repair of low arm in neonatal period.
I was just listening to your podcast on ARM complications with Marc Levitt, which is very well done. Congratulations!
Listening to Todd and Marc sharing experiences regarding improvising muscle stimulators (in Peru) made me want to raise awareness about a low cost muscle stimulator a colleague and I invented to meet this need!
We created a durable probe that can be autoclaved and plug
Thank you so much for such a wonderful podcast and review of the management of Pectus! I have a few questions that weren't addressed:
What do you do for patients who don't want surgery? I have a handful of patients with moderate to severe depressions and minor symptoms (mainly intermittent chest pain and respiratory fatigue with exertion) who do not want surgery. They are no
Chronic constipation is observed in post ileoanal pull through for total colonic aganglionosis. Myectomy has been done. But still they have very spastic internal sphincters. There is no obstructing cuff or kinking of loop.