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In a series of 19 neonates with small-bowel atresia, 16 were treated by end-to-end linear anastomosis (ELA) without resection and 3 by resection anastomosis (RA). Seven atresias were jejunal, 11 were… (More)
Gastric volvulus is an uncommon condition more so in the paediatric age group. The cause of gastric volvulus may be idiopathic or secondary to various congenital or acquired conditions. In this short… (More)
The presence of situs inversus (SI) causes difficulty in the repair of esophageal atresia with tracheoesophageal fistula (EA/TEF). We report two cases: the first infant had situs SI abdominis with a… (More)
A one month old male child presented with respiratory distress since day 10 of life. There was intercostal retraction and decreased air entry on the right side. Investigations revealed a well defined… (More)
A 1-month-old female infant presented with a lump in the right hypochondrium extending into the right iliac fossa. Ultrasonography and computed tomography suggested an intestinal duplication cyst or… (More)
Spina Ventosa is a rare condition. A rare case of disseminated tuberculosis of bones and skin without primary foci is presented. Gross sclerosis of the short bones of hand and leg were noted.
A case of neonatal pneumoperitoneum in absence of a bowel perforation or intrathoracic pathology has been reported. The cause of such a rare manifestation remains to be established.
Lymphatic blockage due to a non-specific inflammation probably of a filarial origin caused dilatation and ectasia of lymph channels at thoracic inlet of a child. Transudation of lymph through these… (More)
Congenital segmental dilatation of the colon belongs to a group of Hirschsprung's-like diseases with normal ganglion cells. The presentation is with chronic constipation affecting older children. We… (More)
An 11 year old boy presenting with cystic lump in left hypochondrium was diagnosed to have splenic cyst and treated successfully by splenectomy. Large, infected cyst involving hilum was the… (More)