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Imperforate Anus

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Is male or female more likely to have imperforate anus? Males > females
What are the symptoms in an infant Lack of meconium or meconium in the wrong place, symptoms of obstruction
Compare the type of surgery required for high lesion vs low lesion
If the lesion is high would the infant have an ostomy
If the lesion is low would the infant have an ostomy
What is VACTERL Vertebral, imperforate Anus, Cardiac anomalies, Tracheoesophageal fistula, Esophageal atresia, Renal anomalies, Limb anomalies
What is a common complication
Diagnosis of imperforate anus Physical exam, radiological observation of the opening, fistula etc
Created by: Beth Perry