Yogeshwar Mengi

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 Colorectal perforations in neonates with anorectal malformations (ARM) are rarely reported. Two cases, one each with a low and high ARM is presented. Delayed patient presentation and “closed-loop” intestinal obstruction seem to be possible causes of perforation in these cases. Both patients survived following surgical intervention. The pertinent literature(More)
A case of acute intestinal obstruction due to volvulus of the splenic flexure of the colon in an 11 year old girl is reported. This is believed to be the first reported case in the paediatric age group. Simple derotation and fixation of the splenic flexure in the normal position was carried out with a successful outcome.
 An adolescent girl with an anovestibular fistula presenting as a complete vaginal prolapse and large-bowel obstruction is reported. The prolapse was reduced manually after repeated bowel washouts and a divided high sigmoid colostomy. The patient is awaiting posterior sagittal anorectoplasty. Possible etiopathologic factors of the prolapse are discussed. A(More)