Anomalies related to oesophagus and stomach, Biology

Anomalies Related to Oesophagus and Stomach 

Let us discuss briefly the anomalies of oesophagus and stomach. These are summarised as  follows:

Associated Problems 

1)  Prematurity  

2)  Aspiration of saliva or feeds leading to pneumonia 

3)  Associated congenital malformation  in 30- 40 % of  cases. 

Approximately 10% of  babies with esophageal atresia with tracheo esophageal fistula may  have anorectal malformation or it may be part of  VACTERAL syndrome (vertebral anorectal cardiac tracheo esophageal renal and  limb anomalies)  

1999_oesophagus and stomach.png

Posted Date: 10/26/2012 8:20:56 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Anomalies related to oesophagus and stomach, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Anomalies related to oesophagus and stomach, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Anomalies related to oesophagus and stomach Discussions

Write discussion on Anomalies related to oesophagus and stomach
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Cold Chain System Vaccines are sensitive to heat. On exposure to heat their potency is lost. Once a vaccine has lost its potency it cannot be regained, so it is important

NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES WHILE ADMINISTERING IMMUNIZATION Use one sterile syringe and needle for each injection.  Use only the diluent supplied along with measles and

Entamoeba Histolytica Losch (1875), for the first time, described the disease symptoms of infection of Entamoeba histolytica. However, it was only in 1903 that Schaudin gave t

Q. Define Dissection of the Aorta ? The CXR may be abnormal in upto 80 per cent of patients. The abnormalities include: i) Widened mediastinum: This is defined as a mediast

Explain the Systemic Metabolic Responses? Many of the metabolic responses to infection are similar to those following injury. The key changes include: Hyper metabolism: Oxyg

In mountain rabbits, the EL-1 gene is located on chromosome 3. Seven alleles of this gene have been identified in the population. With respect to EL-1, what is the maximum number o

1. In rabbits, black fur is dominant to brown, and long hair is dominant to short hair. A male is mated to several brown, short-haired females. These matings result in the followin

Explain about Regenerative therapy   Is also used to achieve the above objectives but with the ultimate goal of regeneration of lost bone tissue.

Why lymph is called the middle man of our body?

what are the sources of infection (human, animal and non-living reservoirs), the routes of transmission (way in which the infection spreads) and different ways in which micro-organ