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Craig William Raine - - 2010
Gastro-esophageal reflux (GER) is the refluxing of gastric contents into the esophagus. Fifty per cent of all infants 0 to 3 months regurgitate at least once a day. This drops to 5% once infants are 10 to 12 months old. Three per cent of parents of 10 to 12 month ...
Petrosyan Mikael - - 2009
INTRODUCTION: The surgical management of esophageal atresia with distal tracheoesophageal fistula (EA/TEF) involves early division of the TEF and primary esophageal anastomosis. However, in premature infants, the morbidity associated with primary repair remains high, and the optimal surgical approach has not been well defined. METHODS: Medical records of very low-birth-weight ...
Al-Jahdali Akram - - 2009
The association of intussusception and intestinal malrotation is referred to as Waugh syndrome. A prospective study among 49 children with intussusception found a 40% incidence of malrotation. We describe the rare occurrence of colocolic intussusception in a neonate with malrotated intestine. We believe this is the first reported case in ...
Lupi M - - 2009
Tracheal atresia is an uncommon congenital malformation with a high mortality rate. Clinical symptoms occur suddenly after birth. The diagnosis is suspected in any infant in whom improved ventilation is obtained despite aggressive attempts at resuscitation. We describe a small gestational week 34 male newborn affected by tracheal atresia without ...
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Transient, inappropriate relaxation of the lower oesophageal sphincter may permit contents of the stomach to pass into the oesophagus (so-called gastro-oesophageal reflux [GOR]). This usually presents as regurgitation or vomiting and is common in infants, when it is usually mild and self-limiting, and requires no specific treatment. Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease ...
Knight Richard B - - 2009
We present a case of pharyngeal perforation from a nasogastric tube mistakenly diagnosed as esophageal atresia with tracheoesophageal fistula in a full term infant female. The correct diagnosis was identified with rigid bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy immediately prior to the planned thoracotomy which was aborted. After one week of oral restriction ...
Demirbag S - - 2009
There is growing evidence that bladder dysfunction is a negative prognostic factor for spontaneous resolution of vesicoureteric reflux (VUR). This study evaluated the prevalence of urodynamic abnormalities in infants with primary VUR who were referred over a 4-year period. The urodynamic evaluations and medical records of 54 infants with primary ...
Sanal Bekir - - 2009
Congenital nasal pyriform aperture stenosis (CNPAS) is an unusual cause of airway obstruction in the newborn and infants. Immediate recognition and therapy are essential for this potentially life-threatening circumstance. CNPAS should be considered in the differential diagnosis of any infant with episodic apnea, cyclical cyanosis, and feeding difficulty. Computerized tomographic ...
Kilbride H - - 2010
OBJECTIVE: To determine age at diagnosis for congenital duodenal obstruction in the neonatal period and the relationship to clinical outcomes. STUDY DESIGN: A children's hospital database reflecting a 7 (1/2)-year period was reviewed to identify infants with the diagnosis of duodenal obstruction in the neonatal period. Infants were grouped according ...
Winckworth Lucinda C - - 2009
We report the first case of hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in an intrathoracic stomach in a neonate with congenital ultra-short oesophagus and iniencephaly clausus. Antenatal ultrasound detected right-sided thoracic cystic lesions and postnatal investigations revealed an intra-thoracic stomach and spleen with an ultra-short oesophagus and intact diaphragm. Subsequently, she developed pyloric ...
Maheshwari Praveen - - 2009
Traditionally, gastrointestinal contrast studies have been the mainstay of evaluating infantile gastrointestinal problems. Because of technological advancements, good ultrasonography (USG) machines can provide high-resolution images with graphic anatomical clarity, especially in infants and children and thus change the traditional diagnostic trends. In this article, we illustrate the USG appearances of ...
Gotley Lisa M - - 2009
Increased awareness of idiopathic hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (IHPS) and readily available ultrasonographic diagnosis might mean that 'classic' presentations are becoming less common. We sought to describe the epidemiology, clinical features and outcomes of children with IHPS in the modern era. A retrospective case review of all cases of IHPS presenting ...
Singal Arbinder Kumar - - 2009
PURPOSE: Congenital primary bladder diverticulum is a rare condition and may present with urinary infection; other forms of presentation are rare. We present a series of infants who presented with urinary retention secondary to large primary bladder diverticulum. METHODS: Seven infants were evaluated for symptoms of lower urinary tract obstruction. ...
Looby Joseph F - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Mandibular distraction was proven to be a valuable tool for lengthening the hypoplastic mandible and relieving airway obstruction in infants. However, analysis of presurgical and postsurgical three-dimensional computed tomography and polysomnogram studies is lacking. The aim of this study was to describe the effect of distraction on the airway ...
Vandenplas Y - - 2010
OBJECTIVES: The aim of this preliminary study was to evaluate the efficacy of a 40 degrees supine body position on infant regurgitation, reflux-associated symptoms and acid reflux. INTERVENTION: Thirty of 52 consecutive infants presenting with frequent regurgitation and reflux-associated symptoms occurring mainly during feeding were evaluated in the Multicare AR-Bed ...
Di Fiore Juliann M JM Division of Neonatology, Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, Cleveland, OH 44106, USA. - - 2009
Characterize the incidence and possible etiologies of acid reflux events detected by pH and not identified by multiple intraluminal impedance (MII) monitoring. Acid reflux events detected by pH but not identified by MII (pH-only) were documented in 80 preterm and 39 term infants. Reasons for failure of MII to detect ...
Maartens I A - - 2009
A case report is presented of a rapidly growing congenital nasopharyngeal teratoma (epignathus) in a preterm infant, leading to severe upper airway obstruction. Prenatal diagnosis by ultrasonography did not reveal the condition because the tumour masses were initially small and there was no polyhydramnios. Epignathus is a rare cause of ...
Soccorso G - - 2010
Current imaging recommendations for investigating any infantile febrile urinary tract infection (UTI) are ultrasound scan (US), micturating cystourethrogram (MCUG) and dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) scan. The aim of this retrospective cohort study was to determine the need and indications for MCUG in the investigation of a first febrile infantile UTI, as ...
Mamì Carmelo - - 2009
The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence and outcome of isolated moderate renal pelvis dilatation (RPD) [anterior-posterior diameter (APD) 10-15 mm] in an unselected population of 2-month-old infants prospectively followed for up to 12-14 months of life. Isolated moderate renal pelvis dilatation was detected in 282 of ...
Osifo Osarumwense David - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Intestinal obstruction is a life threatening condition in the newborn, with attendant high mortality rate especially in underserved subregion. This study reports the aetiology, presentation, and outcome of intestinal obstruction management in neonates. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A prospective study of neonatal intestinal obstruction at the University of Benin Teaching ...
Anatol Trevor I - - 2009
This study was undertaken to evaluate the clinical characteristics, perioperative features, and outcome of congenital intrinsic intestinal obstruction in a developing Caribbean country for comparison with previous literature reports. This study included retrospective data collection on all infants referred to the hospital with a diagnosis of congenital intrinsic bowel obstruction ...
Cozzi Denis A - - 2009
Of 136 infants with repaired esophageal atresia, one presented an unilateral facial flushing and 2 presented a flushing and sweating of one half of the body. The topography of these disorders and/or the associated clinical manifestations suggest that the asymmetry may be related to an instability of unilateral autonomic centers ...
Tse Niko Kei-chiu - - 2009
This retrospective study aimed to evaluate the applicability of the selective approach of imaging infants < 6 months old with urinary tract infection (UTI) according to the UTI guidelines of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) 2007. Infants < 6 months old with their first UTI from ...
Hsieh Michael H - - 2009
OBJECTIVES: To determine the prevalence of urologic disease among infants hospitalized for urinary tract infections (UTIs) at our institution. The prevalence of urologic anomalies among infants (<400 days old) hospitalized for UTIs has not been previously reported. METHODS: We retrospectively examined the records of all infants hospitalized for UTI at ...
Woodley Frederick W - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Combined esophageal pH monitoring (EPM) and multichannel intraluminal impedance (MII) reveal 4 unique acid gastroesophageal reflux (AGER) types in infants: classic 2-phase, single-phase, pH-only events (POEs), and re-reflux episodes. The extent to which different AGER event types contribute to AGER frequency, acid reflux exposure time (ARET), and the number ...
White David R - - 2009
OBJECTIVE: To compare the success rates of laryngotracheoplasty (LTP) with those of anterior cricoid split (ACS) performed over the same period in infants younger than 6 months. DESIGN: Case-control study. SETTING: Tertiary children's hospital. PARTICIPANTS: Thirty-two infants younger than 6 months. INTERVENTIONS: Twenty-one infants younger than 6 months underwent single-stage ...
Omari Taher - - 2009
To characterize the pharmacodynamics and systemic exposure of esomeprazole in 26 preterm infants and term neonates with symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux and pathologic acid exposure. Enrolled patients received oral esomeprazole 0.5 mg/kg once daily for 7 days. Twenty-four-hour esophagogastric pH-impedance monitoring was performed at baseline and on day 7. Pharmacokinetic ...
Müller Lennart - - 2009
AIM: To evaluate the ability of ultrasound (US) in infants (<1 year) with acute urinary tract infection (UTI), to identify those with permanent renal damage (PRD) at scintigraphy 1 year later. METHODS: US, dimercaptosuccinic acid scintigraphy and voiding cystourethrography were performed in 191 infants. RESULTS: US was abnormal in 46 ...
Schaart Maaike W - - 2009
Mucin 2 (MUC2) is the structural component of the intestinal protective mucus layer, which contains high amounts of threonine in its peptide backbone. MUC2 synthesis rate might be a potential parameter for intestinal barrier function. In this study, we aimed to determine whether systemic threonine was used for small intestinal ...
Tran Hoang - - 2009
Neonatal bladder rupture is rare as a complication of bladder obstruction due to abnormal anatomy or iatrogenic cause such as umbilical catheterization. The present study describes the case of a 27-day old infant with ascites due to bladder perforation secondary to bladder wall necrosis as a result of severe urinary ...
Roy Saswata - - 2009
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS: Early mandibular lengthening by distraction osteogenesis provides an alternative to traditional methods of airway management in infants with Pierre Robin sequence (PRS). Little evidence in the medical literature quantitatively demonstrates the changes in skeletal, soft tissue, and hypopharyngeal spaces with mandibular distraction. STUDY DESIGN: Prospective analysis of a cohort ...
Hayden James T - - 2009
Acute myeloid leukemia was diagnosed in an infant with fever and pancytopenia. Intestinal obstruction was present at diagnosis and laparotomy performed after failure of conservative management demonstrated leukemic infiltration of the resected terminal ileum. Fever and intestinal obstruction persisted, necessitating a second ileal resection, which revealed invasive aspergillosis. Subsequent retrospective ...
Hodges Steve J - - 2009
The most common cause of lower urinary tract obstruction in male infants is posterior urethral valves. Although the incidence has remained stable, the neonatal mortality for this disorder has improved due to early diagnosis and intensive neonatal care, thanks in part to the widespread use of prenatal ultrasound evaluations. In ...
Ohno Koichi - - 2009
A male infant, weighing 2177 g, was born with the entire intestine protruding through a defect on the right side of the navel. Intestinal atresia, approximately 70 cm from the Treitz ligament, was also confirmed. Primary anastomosis and abdominal wall repair were impossible because of the intestinal dilation and thick ...
Indrio Flavia - - 2009
Uncomplicate regurgitation in otherwise healthy infants is not a disease. It consists of milk flow from mouth during or after feeding. Common causes include overfeeding, air swallowed during feeding, crying or coughing; physical exam is normal and weight gain is adequate. History and physical exam are diagnostic, and conservative therapy ...
Loukas I - - 2009
Intestinal obstruction in neonatal period is an emergency caused by many surgical causes. An extremely rare surgical cause in this group of age is intussusception which can be easily confused with other surgical entities. In several reports, a significant number of the infants who were included in the study population ...
Saleh Nadia - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Meconium peritonitis (MP) is a rare prenatal condition that leads to substantial neonatal morbidity and mortality. PATIENTS AND METHODS: All patients between 1998 and 2006 referred for prenatal diagnosis were retrospectively analyzed for diagnosis of MP. Prenatal ultrasound findings were compared with postnatal etiology, intraoperative findings, and postnatal outcome ...
Eghbalian Fatemeh - - 2009
Esophageal atresia is often associated with other anomalies. Hereditary and environmental factors may influence the incidence of associated anomalies, particularly of the urogenital system. We had 63 neonates with esophageal atresia admitted to 2 centers in Hamadan, Iran, from 2002 to 2008. They were 38 girls (60.3%) and 25 boy ...
Ruiz Melissa J MJ Division of Pediatric Surgery, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 10032, - - 2009
Intestinal abnormalities are sometimes seen during antenatal testing; however, the postnatal importance of these findings has not been well established. We evaluated whether abnormal intestinal appearance on fetal ultrasound (US) was ultimately related to neonatal outcome. Fetal US examinations from 2003 to 2006 were evaluated. Hyperechogenic bowel was defined as ...
Hegar Badriul - - 2009
AIM: Although domperidone is used frequently to treat infant regurgitation, efficacy data are scarce. Cisapride was previously used in the same indication. METHODS: Domperidone and cisapride were compared in an investigator-blinded, prospective comparative trial by evaluating (a) the frequency of regurgitation, (b) acid reflux and (c) cardiac side effects in ...
Wrighton Lindsay - - 2008
BACKGROUND: We reviewed our experience with stapled intestinal anastomoses in infants younger than 1 year and compared operative data and outcome to that of infants who underwent hand-sewn anastomoses. METHODS: Infants younger than 1 year who underwent an intestinal anastomosis over an 8-year period were identified. Stapled anastomoses were constructed ...
Marques Ilza Lazarini - - 2009
OBJECTIVE: To study the prevalence of abnormal gastroesophageal reflux in infants with Robin sequence who had severe respiratory obstruction treated with nasopharyngeal intubation and to evaluate the efficacy of nonsurgical treatment. DESIGN: Longitudinal prospective study. SETTING: Hospital de Reabilitação de Anomalias Craniofaciais, University of São Paulo, Brazil. PATIENTS: Twenty infants ...
Horvath Andrea - - 2008
CONTEXT: Currently, thickened feeds are increasingly being used to treat infants with gastroesophageal reflux, driven in large part by the baby food industry. Previous meta-analyses have shown that although thickened formulas do not seem to reduce measurable reflux, they may reduce vomiting. However, because data are limited, there is still ...
Doganis Dimitrios - - 2009
The aim of the study was to evaluate whether the timing of performing a voiding cystourethrography (VCUG) following a first urinary tract infection (UTI) in infants is related to the presence or the severity of vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). A total of 411 children (male 230, female 181) with a first-recognised ...
Acer Tu─čba - - 2008
Infants are more susceptible to tuberculous bacilli and may develop severe extrapulmonary and miliary forms of the disease. However, miliary tuberculosis (MT) presenting with multiple intestinal perforations as an initial manifestation of the disease is extremely rare in children. The authors describe an infant who underwent emergency laparotomy because of ...
Kondo Kazuhiro - - 2008
BACKGROUND: In enterostomy for extremely low-birth-weight infants (<1000 g), the technique of anchoring the intestine for a stoma to the abdominal wall is very difficult because of the small size and fragile nature of the intestine. Here we describe a novel technique for intestinal anchoring in such infants. METHODS: In ...
Mohanan Nochiparambil - - 2008
PURPOSE: The association of vesicoureteral reflux, urinary tract infection and renal scarring is well recognized. We evaluated the incidence of renal parenchymal scarring in a large series of infants with primary high grade vesicoureteral reflux. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The medical records of 549 consecutive infants with primary high grade vesicoureteral ...
Jadcherla Sudarshan Rao - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Feeding problems in neonates with gastroschisis are commonly attributed to foregut dysmotility. However, the dysmotility mechanisms are not well understood. OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to differentiate the pharyngoesophageal motility characteristics in neonates with gastroschisis compared with the controls. Specifically, the characteristics of swallowing, upper esophageal sphincter (UES), esophageal body, ...
Diamond Ivan R - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Infants with short bowel syndrome (SBS) frequently have proximal enterostomies with the colon excluded from intestinal continuity. Restoring intestinal continuity may create difficulty with perineal soiling. We propose creation of a distal sigmoid colostomy as an option for select infants with SBS. METHODS: This study involves the descriptive case ...
Aparicio Jose R - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Video capsule endoscopy (VCE) examination of the small bowel is not complete in approximately 20% of the procedures. This fact limits its diagnostic yield. One of the main factors that influences the small-bowel transit time (SBTT) is the gastric transit time (GTT), ie, the interval in which the capsule ...
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