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How long does bad breath associated with hirschsprung disease last?

How long does bad breath associated with hirschsprung disease last?

GERD,ZENKERS,TEETH,G: Commonest cause of bad breath is from teeth, gums and bacterial growth on tongue other causes are eating foods containing garlick, onions and spices from sinus infestion gatro esophageal reflux and zenkers diverticulm a rare disorder bad breath is not caused by hirschsprung disease which is diagnosed and treated in neonatal period, infancy and early childhood. ...Read more

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Dr. Greg Rubin
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Bad Breath (Definition)

A foul odor from the mouth. Bad breath can be caused by many different factors, including sinus infections, periodontal problems, smoking, cavities, acid reflux, and your diet. Address all of these possibilities with ...Read more


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Are there proven ways to help prevent hirschsprung disease?

Are there proven ways to help prevent hirschsprung disease?

Congenital condition: Congenital problem with lack of ganglion cells in portions of the large bowel. Sometimes inherited in some families. There is no way to prevent condition. Therapy is with surgery. ...Read more

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My daughter has hirschsprung disease. How will this affect her?

My daughter has hirschsprung disease. How will this affect her?

Depends: Most children treated surgically for hirschsprung's will do well and live a normal life. A lot depends on the length of colon/intestine involved. ...Read more

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Treatment for hirschsprung disease?

Treatment for hirschsprung disease?

Surgery: First hirschsprung's has to be confirmed by full thickness biopsy of the rectum. The pathology should be read by a pediatric pathologist accustomed to looking for ganglion cells. If positive then a primary pullthrough or leveling colostomy can be performed depending on the presence of colitis and the experience of the pediatric surgeon. ...Read more

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What are the diagnostic tests for hirschsprung disease post transanal endorectal?

What are the diagnostic tests for hirschsprung disease post transanal endorectal?

Rectal suction biops: Rectal suction biopsy can be diagnostic. If indeterminate you need a full thickness biopsy ...Read more

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What is a hirschsprung disease, and how to you get it?

Congenital anomaly: Hirschsprung disease is a congenital anomaly of the large intestine that results in difficulty passing stool. It is treated with an operation. ...Read more

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What is hirschsprung disease and what are the major symptoms?

What is hirschsprung disease and what are the major symptoms?

Constipation: Hirschsprung's is being born with lack of certain nerves(nerves that cause relaxation) in the intestine. When these nerves are missing the affected portion of the intestine/colon cannot relax, therefore obstruction results. ...Read more

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What is a cure for hirschsprung disease?

Surgery: Treatment is resection of segment of bowel missing ganglion cells, innervation of bowel. Most of time recognized in infancy. Sometimes have colostomy until get somewhat older for definitive surgery. After resection eventual pull through of normal segment at anus. ...Read more

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Is hirschsprung disease dangerous to an infant?

Can be: Hirschsprung disease has occasionally gone un-diagnosed for a period of time & some kids have developed a severe enterocolitis & died during the illness. With diagnosis, monitoring& treatment a kid can have a realatively normal life. ...Read more

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Dr. Troy Reyna
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Constipation (Child) (Definition)

Hirschsprung disease is a condition that a baby is born with, in which there are no nerve cells in the last part of the colon, resulting in blockage of stool passing (constipation) and abdominal distension. ...Read more