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What is the treatment for hirchsprung's disease?

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Dr. Troy Reyna
Surgery - Pediatric
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In brief: Tests

Xrays and biopsy to confirm hirschsprung's disease, this is the lack of certain nerve cells in the large intestine.
A rectal biopsy will be necessary.

In brief: Tests

Xrays and biopsy to confirm hirschsprung's disease, this is the lack of certain nerve cells in the large intestine.
A rectal biopsy will be necessary.
Dr. Troy Reyna
Dr. Troy Reyna
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Dr. Gerald Mandell
Nuclear Medicine

In brief: Surgery

Children with surgery to remove diseased part of large intestine.
Surgery within first days or month of life after dx. Treatment may involve one or two surgeries.Surgical options include leveling colostomy, which is colostomy at the level of normal bowel;staged procedure with placement of leveled colostomy followed by pull-through procedure or a single-stage pull-through procedure without ostomy

In brief: Surgery

Children with surgery to remove diseased part of large intestine.
Surgery within first days or month of life after dx. Treatment may involve one or two surgeries.Surgical options include leveling colostomy, which is colostomy at the level of normal bowel;staged procedure with placement of leveled colostomy followed by pull-through procedure or a single-stage pull-through procedure without ostomy
Dr. Gerald Mandell
Dr. Gerald Mandell
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