Pyloric atresia: five new cases, a new association, and a review of the literature with guidelines.

@article{Okoye2000PyloricAF,
  title={Pyloric atresia: five new cases, a new association, and a review of the literature with guidelines.},
  author={Bruce Obi Okoye and Dakshesh Harivadan Parikh and Roz Buick and Anthony D Lander},
  journal={Journal of pediatric surgery},
  year={2000},
  volume={35 8},
  pages={1242-5}
}
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE Pyloric atresia is an uncommon condition occurring in 1 of 100,000 live births. When occurring in isolation, the clinical course usually is uncomplicated after surgical treatment. However, it may occur in association with other congenital abnormalities. The authors present 5 new cases, 3 of associated abnormalities including 1 of esophageal atresia and 2 of agenesis of the gall bladder and malrotation. Agenesis of the gall bladder has not been described previously in… CONTINUE READING

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