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Meta-analysis: the clinical features of the duodenal duplication cyst.
Pancreatitis in children —experience with 43 cases
The present review is the first on pancreatitis in Chinese children encountered over the past 10 years and a lesser known association between pancreatitis and structural anomalies such as choledochal cyst is discussed.
Neonatal gastric perforation: report of 15 cases and review of the literature.
Gastric volvulus in children.
Chronic GV was diagnosed in the presence of partial volvulus with chronic, nonspecific symptoms and signs, and conservative management was successful in patients with chronic idiopathic GV.
Clinical Criteria for Diagnosing Perforated Appendix in Pediatric Patients
- Yen-Shih Peng, Hung-Chang Lee, C. Yeung, J. Sheu, Nien-Lu Wang, Ya-Huei Tsai
- MedicinePediatric emergency care
- 1 July 2006
Initial antibiotic treatment followed by interval appendectomy would become a more likely treatment option if the study results can be validated in a prospective study.
Clinical spectrum of alimentary tract duplication in children.
- Hsin-Ching Kuo, Hung-Chang Lee, Chun-Hong Shin, J. Sheu, P. Chang, Nien-Lu Wang
- MedicineActa paediatrica Taiwanica = Taiwan er ke yi xue…
- 30 April 2004
Pediatric patients with unexplained gastrointestinal symptoms must be diagnosed for the possibility of alimentary tract duplication, even though it rarely occurs, and Ultrasonography is helpful in diagnosing a duplication, as it will identify a three-layered image representing the duplication cyst, common wall, and outer bowel wall.
Meckel's Diverticulum: Factors Associated with Clinical Manifestations
Age, gender, and pathology affect the clinical presentations of Meckel's diverticula in patients diagnosed at Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taiwan from 1984 to 2009.
Laparoscopy versus open surgery for idiopathic intussusception in children
Laparoscopy should be considered the primary modality for radiologically irreducible or recurrent idiopathic intussusception in children as well as the efficacy of ileopexy, which provides no benefit on recurrence prevention but contributes to longer OP time.
Segmental multicystic dysplastic kidney in children: clinical presentation, imaging finding, management, and outcome.
Experience with primary laparoscopy-assisted endorectal pull-through for Hirschsprung’s disease
- Nien-Lu Wang, Hung-Chang Lee, M. Yeh, P. Chang, J. Sheu
- MedicinePediatric Surgery International
- 24 January 2004
It is concluded that primary LAERPT is a safe and effective method of managing Hirschsprung’s disease with excellent continence results and patients with long segment aganglionosis, severe enterocolitis, or prominently dilated colon are not good candidates for primary LAerPT.