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Growth and nutritional status in infants with short-bowel syndrome after the serial transverse enteroplasty procedure.
The second STEP: the feasibility of repeat serial transverse enteroplasty.
Cisapride improves enteral tolerance in pediatric short-bowel syndrome with dysmotility.
Bowel re-dilation following serial transverse enteroplasty (STEP).
Pediatric intestinal failure and vascular access.
Serial transverse enteroplasty is associated with successful short-term outcomes in infants with short bowel syndrome.
High diagnostic yield of gastrointestinal endoscopy in children with intestinal failure.
Report of 111 consecutive patients enrolled in the International Serial Transverse Enteroplasty (STEP) Data Registry: a retrospective observational study.
Neonatal short bowel syndrome.
Risk factors for parenteral nutrition–associated liver disease following surgical therapy for necrotizing enterocolitis: A Glaser Pediatric Research Network Study [corrected].
First report of the international serial transverse enteroplasty data registry: indications, efficacy, and complications.
First STEPs: serial transverse enteroplasty as a primary procedure in neonates with congenital short bowel.
Extraluminal distraction enterogenesis using shape-memory polymer.
Radiographic measurement of intestinal length among children with short bowel syndrome: Retrospective determination remains problematic.