Hirschsprung's disease

What is Hirschsprung's disease?

Hirschsprung's disease is the disorder of the abdomen that occurs when part or all of the large intestine or antecedent parts of the gastrointestinal tract have no nerves and therefore cannot function.

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My son is infected from hirschsprung disease now he haa colostomy and his age is 21 months. Recently he is diagnosed hep c. And his alt is 59 u/l ....

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hi so sorry to know that your child had Hirshprungs disease. After I st stage colostomy, Usually poll through - ASARP procedure will be done which...

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Age 22,Hirschsprungs Disease,Total colon removal @1yr w/pull through procedure.My question is, I am having trouble getting over colds and flu....

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Dear hirsprung disease probably may won't cause repeated colds but it may cause repeated gi infections may cause...

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Neighbors; one just was diagnosed with Gastroparesis.... and, next door, another middle aged woman was diagnosed years ago, and sadly, is losing...

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The possibility of environmental causes may affect the gastroparesis. Viral infection, genetic, diabetes, Gillian barre syndrome or storage...

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