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hirsprung disease

I V Poddubnyĭ, M V Meshkov, I A Maĭskiĭ, O N Nakovkin, S V Kravchuk, M Iu Kozlov, M Iu Iakovlev
Signs of disseminated intravascular clotting (DIC), which were considered the laboratory sign of the subcompensated endotoxine aggression, were detected in 20 children with the Hirsprung disease, aged 3 months - 11 years. Under the influence of the operation stress the subcompensated DIC transformed to the acute decompensated reaction, which led to early complications, such as anastomosistis with tendency to the insufficiency or stenosis, enterocolitis, etc. The study revealed not only the straight connection between the postoperative complications and endotoxine aggression, but the necessity of preoperative preparation, directed on the decrease of the intestinal endotoxin level and normalization of antiendotoxin immunity...
2013: Khirurgiia
D Abejón, C Del Pozo, J Del Saz, A Romero, A Sanmartín
The first of the 2 cases of cauda equina syndrome we report occurred following phenolization of sacral roots after a series of operations for Hirsprung disease. The second occurred after trauma from a bullet that hit the spine. Fecal and urinary incontinence and neuropathic pain in the lower extremities were present in both cases. After various treatments failed, both patients were given dual spinal stimulation for integrated treatment of both incontinence and neuropathic pain. We applied a novel approach, connecting both stimulators to a single rechargeable generator, reducing medium- and long-term costs...
February 2007: Revista Española de Anestesiología y Reanimación
R Skába, J Kalousová, M Simsová, B Rousková, M Frantlová, V Mixa
INTRODUCTION: The technique of transanal resection (TAR) of aganglionary part in rectosigmoid, published in 1998, has gradually become a standard operation technique in the treatment of Hirschsprung's disease (H.d.). Since the TAR technique for H.d. is not yet generally widespread and has not been used in the Czech Republic yet, the authors intended to share their own experience and early results obtained by this surgical technique. COHORT OF PATIENTS: Seven patients (five boys and two girls) suffering from the classical recto-sigmoid form have been operated on since June 2003...
December 2003: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
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1955: Journal de Radiologie, D'électrologie & Archives D'électricité Médicale
J Bajgar, J Hak
Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity and its molecular forms in the rectal tissue in Hirsprung's disease were studied. Total AChE activity was increased in Hirsprung's disease; the activity was separated by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis into two molecular forms. The AChE form with higher electrophoretic mobility was not observed in healthy children, and it might be of diagnostic importance in this disease.
April 2, 1979: Clinica Chimica Acta; International Journal of Clinical Chemistry
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