I J Saron

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Twelve infants with necrotizing enterocolitis were treated surgically in the 2 year period from 1973 to 1974. Resection of gangrenous intestine and proximal enterostomy was preferred in 11 patients. There were four deaths: two were grossly premature infants, one died from electrolyte disturbances related to the proximal enterostomy, and one was an apparent(More)
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