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Case Report

BTDMJB. 2007; 3(3): 111-114


Neuronal intestinal dysplasia: The cause of multiple operations (case report)

Aziz Sümer, Ender Onur, Neşet Köksal, Ediz Altınlı, Pembe Güneş, Atilla Çelik, Yusuf Günerhan, M Ali Uzun.

Abstract
Neuronal Intestinal Dysplasia (NID) is a clinical condition resembling Hirschprung disease. NID was first described by Meier-Ruge in 1971 as a disease which has an unknown etiology of malformation of the enteric plexus. There is not a consensus about its incidence. It has two subtypes. The aim of this review is to present a case referred to our clinic who had severe neuronal intestinal dysplasia, required multiple operation due to intestinal obstruction

Key words: Constipation, neuronal intestinal dysplasia



Article Language: Turkish English



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