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 SS  Vol.4 No.7 , July 2013
Late Presentation of a Congenital Intrinsic Duodenal Obstruction in a Patient with Anorectal Malformation
Abstract: Anorectal Malformations are known to be associated with various other congenital anomalies including duodenal atresia. An association of congenital intrinsic duodenal obstruction causing partial duodenal obstruction in a patient with anorectal malformation is not described in literature. We describe a case of delayed presentation of congenital intrinsic duodenal obstruction in a child with high-type anorectal malformations causing diagnostic dilemma.
Cite this paper: P. Mandhan, K. Rathod and D. Sankhla, "Late Presentation of a Congenital Intrinsic Duodenal Obstruction in a Patient with Anorectal Malformation," Surgical Science, Vol. 4 No. 7, 2013, pp. 329-331. doi: 10.4236/ss.2013.47065.
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