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Evaluation and treatment of the patient with Hirschsprung disease who is not doing well after a pull-through procedure.
Treatment of adults with unrecognized or inadequately repaired anorectal malformations: 17 cases of rectovestibular and rectoperineal fistulas.
The association of the severity of anorectal malformations and intestinal malrotation.
The Hirschsprungs patient who is soiling after what was considered a "successful" pull-through.
Health-Related Quality of Life and Parental Stress in Children With Fecal Incontinence: A Normative Comparison.
Damaged anal canal as a cause of fecal incontinence after surgical repair for Hirschsprung disease - a preventable and under-reported complication.
Initial development and validation of a fecal incontinence-specific quality of life measure.
A comparison of surgical complications after appendicostomy and neoappendicostomy in pediatric patients.