Intestinal atresia multiple

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Intestinal atresia multiple

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The terms "Intestinal atresia multiple" returned 3 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Associated type IIIB and type IV multiple intestinal atresia in a pediatric patient.
 

Author(s): R Balanescu, L Topor, I Stoica, A Moga

Journal: Chirurgia (Bucur). ;108(3):407-10.

 

Multiple intestinal atresia (MIA) is a complex congenital defect which represents a challenge for the pediatric surgeon,especially in the rare event of encountering type IIIb or apple peel atresia, which has a high mortality rate. The surgeon’s aim is to preserve as much bowel length ...

Last Updated: 24 Jun 2013

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Exome sequencing identifies mutations in the gene TTC7A in French-Canadian cases with hereditary multiple intestinal atresia.
 

Author(s): Mark E Samuels, Jacek Majewski, Najmeh Alirezaie, Isabel Fernandez, Ferran Casals, Natalie Patey, Hélène Decaluwe, Isabelle Gosselin, Elie Haddad, Alan Hodgkinson, Youssef Idaghdour, Valerie Marchand, Jacques L Michaud, Marc-André Rodrigue, Sylvie Desjardins, Stéphane Dubois, Francoise Le Deist, Philip Awadalla, Vincent Raymond, Bruno Maranda

Journal: J. Med. Genet.. 2013 May;50(5):324-9.

 

Congenital multiple intestinal atresia (MIA) is a severe, fatal neonatal disorder, involving the occurrence of obstructions in the small and large intestines ultimately leading to organ failure. Surgical interventions are palliative but do not provide long-term survival. Severe immunodeficiency ...

Last Updated: 15 Apr 2013

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Donor immune reconstitution after liver-small bowel transplantation for multiple intestinal atresia with immunodeficiency.
 

Author(s): Richard K Gilroy, Peter F Coccia, James E Talmadge, Lori I Hatcher, Samuel J Pirruccello, Byers W Shaw, Ronald J Rubocki, Debra L Sudan, Alan N Langnas, Simon P Horslen

Journal: Blood. 2004 Feb;103(3):1171-4.

 

The syndrome of multiple intestinal atresia with immunodeficiency is a rare, invariably fatal congenital disorder. At 16 months of age, a child with this syndrome underwent liver-small bowel transplantation from a 1-of-6 HLA-matched donor. He acquired full enteral tolerance and normal ...

Last Updated: 19 Jan 2004

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The terms "Intestinal atresia multiple" returned 1 free, full-text review articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Hereditary multiple intestinal atresia (HMIA) with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID): a case report of two siblings and review of the literature on MIA, HMIA and HMIA with immunodeficiency over the last 50 years.
 

Author(s): Yasser Ali Hussein Ali, Sajjad Rahman, Venkatraman Bhat, Sheikha Al Thani, Adel Ismail, Ibrahim Bassiouny

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Hereditary multiple intestinal atresia (HMIA), a presumed autosomal recessive disorder, is an unusual and rare form of recurrent intestinal atresia which can be associated with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID). The combination of HMIA and SCID is invariably lethal. The authors ...

Last Updated: 20 Jun 2012

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