Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1980;23(10):781-790.
Published online October 15, 1980.
Clinical and Statistical Study On the Congenital Anomalies of the Digestive System.
Que Sang Lee, Bock Keun Kee, Myung Ho Lee, Ki Jong Nam
Department of Pediatrics Presbyterian Medical Center Jeonju, Korea.
소화기계의 선천성 기형에 관한 임상통계적 관찰
이규상, 기복근, 이명호, 남기종
전주예수병원소아과
Abstract
This clinical and statistical obsrvation was made on 120 pediatric patients admitted to the Pediatric and Surgical Departments of Presbyterian Medical Center between Januarn, 1972 and July, 1979. A total of 120 cases were analyzed according to 1) distribution and incidence of the congenital anomalies of the G.I. tract; 2) age distribution according to onset of symptom and sign; 3) surgical treatment and mortality; and 4) associaties with gastrointestinal anomalies.The results were summerized as follwos: 1. In the sex ration to female was 3.6:1. 2. The order of frequency of diseases was as follows: congenial megacolon 37 cases(30.8%), anorectal malformation 26 cases(21.8%); congenital hypertrophic stenosis 21 cases(17.5%); congenital anomalies of hepatobiliary system 13 cases (10.8%); malroation 5 cases(4.1%); esophageal atresia 5 cases(4.1%); atresia of samll intestine 3 cases(2.5%); movable cecum 3 cases(2.5%); Meckel's diverticulum 2 cases(1.7%); diaphragmatic hernia 2 cases(1.7%); omphalocele 2 cases(1.7%); and, anular pancreas 1 cases(0.8%). 3. There was an over all mortality rate of 10 cases(11.2%). 4. Associated congenital anomalies were found in 24 cases(20%).




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