HSCR

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HSCRHirschsprung Disease
HSCRHematopoietic Stem Cell Rescue
HSCRHigh-Speed Card Reader
HSCRHealth Services Cost Review Commission (Maryland; also seen as HSCRC)
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Semiquantitative Assessment of the Number of Glucose Transporter-1-Positive Nerve Fibers in 16 Patients With Hirschsprung Disease and 22 Control Patients Fiber Quantity(*) Tissue ++ + [+ or -] - Hirschsprung disease 4 Rectal suction biopsies 4 ...
The developmental etiology and pathogenesis of Hirschsprung disease. Transl Res.
Teitelbaum, "Probiotic prophylaxis after pullthrough for Hirschsprung disease to reduce incidence of enterocolitis: a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter trial," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
In the analysis of aspects of enterocolostomy at Hirschsprung disease as a possible way of prophylaxis of HAEC was revealed that the quantity of cases of development of HAEC has no reliable distinctions between ostomy and not ostomy groups of patients.
([section][section][section]) Esophageal atresia (750.3), rectal and large intestinal atresia/stenosis (751.2), pyloric stenosis (750.5 among all ages; 537.0 among infants aged <1 year), Hirschsprung disease (751.3), biliary atresia (751.61), or small intestinal atresia (751.1).
Others were malrotation of gut, duplication cyst, hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, Hirschsprung disease, meconium plug, and, in few cases, intussusception.
Trainor, "The developmental etiology and pathogenesis of Hirschsprung disease," Translational Research, vol.
In a previous study, our group presented gender analysis on children with Hirschsprung disease [10].
Hirschsprung Disease. Hirschsprung disease (HSCR) that occurs in approximately 1 in 5000 newborns is a common intestinal mobility disorder characterized by the absence of enteric ganglion cells in distal regions of the colon.
A case of TUBA1A mutation presenting with lissencephaly and Hirschsprung disease. Brain Dev.