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Late Complications in Hirschsprungs Disease Hirschsprungs DIsease 4th EdAcademic Article Why?
Contemporary practice patterns in the surgical management of Hirschsprung's disease.Academic Article Why?
The prevalence of Hirschsprung disease in premature infants after suction rectal biopsy.Academic Article Why?
The relationship of eosinophilia with outcomes of Hirschsprung disease in children.Academic Article Why?
Total Colonic Hirschsprung's Disease: The Hypermotility and Skin Rash Protocol.Academic Article Why?
Transanal-only Swenson-like pull-through for late diagnosed Hirschsprung disease.Academic Article Why?
: Late complications of Hirschsprung’s disease. Neuronal Intestinal Malformations - Hirschsprung’s Disease and Allied Disorders. Holschneider AM and Ure BM, edsAcademic Article Why?
Late Complications of Hirschsprung’s Disease. Chapter 29 in Hirschsprung’s Disease and Allied Disorders, 2nd Ed. Edited by A.M. HolschneiderAcademic Article Why?
Early and Late Complications of Hirschsprung Disease. Hirschsprung’s Disease and Allied Disorders, 4nd EdAcademic Article Why?
Current significance of meconium plug syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Outcomes of laparoscopic and open total colectomy in the pediatric population.Academic Article Why?
When a Surgical Colleague Makes an Error.Academic Article Why?
Neonatal bowel obstruction.Academic Article Why?
The use of stab incisions for instrument access in laparoscopic operations.Academic Article Why?
A safe and efficacious preventive strategy in the high-risk surgical neonate: cycled total parenteral nutrition.Academic Article Why?
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