Resection with primary anastomosis for necrotizing enterocolitis: a contrasting view.

Abstract

Resection with primary anastomosis is currently being advocated for treatment of infants with necrotizing enterocolitis. To determine whether our own data would support such an approach, we reviewed retrospectively our experience with this disease since 1974. Since that time, 173 infants have been admitted for treatment of advanced (surgical) disease in its… (More)

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@article{Cooper1988ResectionWP, title={Resection with primary anastomosis for necrotizing enterocolitis: a contrasting view.}, author={A. Cooper and A. J. Ross and Julian O'Neill and Louise Schnaufer}, journal={Journal of pediatric surgery}, year={1988}, volume={23 1 Pt 2}, pages={64-8} }