Intussusception: effectiveness of gas enema


In tertiary paediatric centres, gas enema reduction of intussusception appears to be more effective and perhaps safer than barium enema reduction. Despite the higher success rate of reduction when gas is used, there remain some patients in whom the technique fails but who at operation have an intussusception that theoretically should have been reducible… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00176067


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@article{Glover2004IntussusceptionEO, title={Intussusception: effectiveness of gas enema}, author={Jonathan M. Glover and Spencer W. Beasley and Ethna Phelan}, journal={Pediatric Surgery International}, year={2004}, volume={6}, pages={195-197} }