Poor outcomes in congenital short bowel syndrome with intestinal malrotation: Experience from a developing country

Authors

  • Rachida Lamiri Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Ghada Habachi Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Nahla Hmidi Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Nahla Kechiche Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Mabrouk Abdelaali Imagery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Seifeddine Zayani Pediatric department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Amine Ksia Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Lassaad Sahnoun Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Mongi Mekki Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir
  • Mohsen Belghith Pediatric surgery Department, University Hospital of Monastir, Tunisia; university of Monastir

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47338/jns.v12.1182

Keywords:

Congenital short gut, Malrotation, Neonates

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Published

2023-04-04

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Lamiri R, Habachi G, Hmidi N, Kechiche N, Abdelaali M, Zayani S, Ksia A, Sahnoun L, Mekki M, Belghith M. Poor outcomes in congenital short bowel syndrome with intestinal malrotation: Experience from a developing country. J Neonatal Surg [Internet]. 2023Apr.4 [cited 2024Apr.17];12:12. Available from: https://www.jneonatalsurg.com/ojs/index.php/jns/article/view/1182

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