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A single contrast barium enema revealed no transition zone, but delayed and incomplete evacuation of the barium, which was suggestive of Hirschsprung's disease.
A lack of intestinal pacemaker (c-kit) in aganglionic bowel of patients with Hirschsprung's disease.
In her recent admission to the emergency department of RAK Hospital, Dr Anup Panigrahi, head of Minimal Invasive Surgery Department at the hospital, suspected her symptoms could be due to Hirschsprung's disease (congenital megacolon).
NARITA, Japan - A 7-month-old Japanese girl, Mirai Yamashita, will leave for the United States on Friday to treat her congenital megacolon, also known as Hirschsprung's Disease, through a multi-organ transplant.
Many symptoms of Hirschsprung's disease are rarely seen in children with encopresis.
Alexander, who was born in July 1999, suffered from the serious bowel complaint Hirschsprung's Disease, but was otherwise in good health before he fell ill in October 2000.
Based on their evaluations, Caitlin was diagnosed with Hirschsprung's disease of the lower colon.
After a fortnight, Louis was transferred to Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, where he was diagnosed with Hirschsprung's Disease.
Fourteen-year-oldFaye,of Bryn Stanley in Denbigh, was born with Hirschsprung's Disease in which part of her bowel has no nerves and cannot work without surgery.