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What might explain the significant increase in gastroschisis, a serious congenital defect of the intestines, in recent years? Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report
(HealthDay)—The birth defect gastroschisis among U.S. infants has increased over the past 18 years, according to research published in the Jan. 22 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and P...
The CDC has reported continuing increases in US incidence of gastroschisis, a serious abdominal wall birth defect, since the 1980s, especially in infants born to young black mothers. Medscape Medic...
THURSDAY, Jan. 21, 2016 -- A birth defect involving the stomach called gastroschisis has been increasing among U.S. infants for decades and more than doubled over 18 years, federal health officials re...
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(MedPage Today) -- Rare birth defect up among mothers of all ages and ethnicities
(Wired) – Figure 1 is for doctors, nurses, EMTs, and the rest of the professionally unsqueamish to share the latest morbidities from their shifts. Sure, some of the pictures are straight up medi...
Survival for infants with gastroschisis in developed countries has improved dramatically in recent decades with reported mortality rates of 4-7%. Conversely, mortality rates for gastroschisis in sub-S...
Purpose A sutureless gastroschisis repair allows for spontaneous closure of abdominal wall defect. We report our experience focusing on final esthetic outcome. Methods Retrospective data were coll...
To establish children born with gastroschisis (GS).
Background: The survival rate for gastroschisis has improvedto more than 90% in the developed countries, but increasedmortality, morbidity, consequent long hospitalisation andhigh costs are the rule i...
Infants with gastroschisis often require long periods of gastric suctioning and hospitalization. The impact of these interventions on the intestinal microbiota and attempts to alter the microbial comm...