Congenital massive hiatus hernia type IV; initial experience with laparoscopic repair in young infant

Abstract

Congenital massive hiatus hernia (CMHH) is an uncommon disorder during childhood. It can be associated with grave complications especially if presented in the highest grade; type IV, when the hernia contains other intra-peritoneal organ beside the stomach through a large hiatus defect. The insidious form of clinical presentation can be deceptive in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10029-014-1222-z

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