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The site of the atresia can be anywhere from the ligament of Treitz to the jejunoileal junction. There can be more than one atretic segment. This article will focus on jejunal atresia alone but bear in mind that some cases correspond to jejunoileal atresia and show a mixed pattern, including the ones discussed in the ileal atresia article. Jejunal atresia has an incidence of about , live births and is more common than duodenal atresia. Neonates typically present with abdominal distension and bilious vomiting within the first 24 hours of birth. These symptoms, however, do not allow for differentiation from a duodenal atresia.

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The site of the atresia can be anywhere from the ligament of Treitz to the jejunoileal junction. There can be more than one atretic segment. This article will focus on jejunal atresia alone but bear in mind that some cases correspond to jejunoileal atresia and show a mixed pattern, including the ones discussed in the ileal atresia article.

Jejunal atresia has an incidence of about , live births and is more common than duodenal atresia. Neonates typically present with abdominal distension and bilious vomiting within the first 24 hours of birth.

These symptoms, however, do not allow for differentiation from a duodenal atresia. There can be multiple dilated small bowel loops proximal to the atresia and the number of dilated loops increase as point of atresia becomes more distal. Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. A total of cases of intestinal atresia or stenosis were encountered at the Yale-New Haven Hospital between and Challenging problems were the management of apple-peel atresia five patients , multiple intestinal atresia with short-gut syndrome eight patients , and proximal jejunal atresia with megaduodenum requiring imbrication duodenoplasty four patients. Major assets in the improved outlook for intestinal atresia are prenatal diagnosis, regionalization of neonatal care, improved recognition of associated conditions, innovative surgical methods, and uncomplicated long-term total parenteral nutrition.

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Diagnosis and treatment of jejunoileal atresia

Intestinal atresia is any congenital malformation of the structure of the intestine that causes bowel obstruction. The malformation can be a narrowing stenosis , absence or malrotation of a portion of the intestine. These defects can either occur in the small or large intestine. The most prominent symptom of intestinal atresia is bilious vomiting soon after birth. The distension is more generalised the further down the bowel the atresia is located and is thus most prominent with ileal atresia.

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