Arvind Moga

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Near total colonic aganglionosis is one of the rarest forms of Hirschsprung's disease and until recent years it has been considered deadly. Establishing a correct diagnosis has proven to be challenging, because while the clinical and radiological features can be useful, they are not pathognomonic. Chronic intestinal obstruction and long-term parenteral(More)
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) occurs when the abdominal contents protrude into the thoracic cavity through an anatomical defect in the diaphragm. The incidence of CDH is 1 in 2500 births, with left congenital diaphragmatic hernias(LCDH) being more common than right-side hernias (85% to 12%). While many cases are discovered prenatally or during the(More)
Multiple intestinal atresia (MIA) is a complex congenital defect which represents a challenge for the pediatric surgeon,especially in the rare event of encountering type IIIb or apple peel atresia, which has a high mortality rate. The surgeon’s aim is to preserve as much bowel length as possible, to avoid postoperative sepsis and to prevent long-term(More)
Stress fractures can broadly classified into “fatigue” or “insufficiency” fractures depending on baseline bone health and amount of physical activity. Of these fatigue stress fractures present with a classical history of increased physical activity in healthy bones followed by pain typically after a few weeks. Imaging modalities include plain radiographs,(More)
Although biliary lithiasis has been considered a less common pathology in the pediatric population than in adults, in recent years, it has increasingly been diagnosed in children, with a prevalence of between 0.13 to 0.22. The elective treatment of symptomatic biliary lithiasis is cholecystectomy, the laparoscopic approach being considered the œgold(More)
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