Congenital short colon associated with imperforate anus (Zachary-Morgan syndrome).

Abstract

Two cases of short colon with imperforate anus are presented. Terminal colostomy is the therapy of choice in the neonatal period. As the definitive final procedure, trimming into a tubular structure and abdomino-perineal pull-through operation is suggested. A survey is given of similar cases reported in the literature.

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@article{Dnes1984CongenitalSC, title={Congenital short colon associated with imperforate anus (Zachary-Morgan syndrome).}, author={Judit D{\'e}nes and K Ziszi and M{\'a}rta Bogn{\'a}r and E. Schl{\"a}ffer and Josef Toth}, journal={Acta paediatrica Hungarica}, year={1984}, volume={25 4}, pages={377-83} }