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Pediatric Hirschsprung Disease

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Pediatric Hirschsprung Disease by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Pediatric GI Pathology.


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    1. Failure of migration of the neural crest cells into the intestine
    2. Failure of migration of the neuroendocrine cells into the intestine
    3. Failure of fusion of the neural tube
    4. Abnormal accumulation of the neuroepithelial cells
    5. Abnormal proliferation of neural blast cells
    1. Interstitial cells of Cajal
    2. I cells
    3. Enteroendocrine cells
    4. Enterochromaffin cells
    5. Paneth cells
    1. Ganglion cells
    2. The longitudinal layer of the smooth muscles in the distal segment. of the intestine
    3. The horizontal layer of smooth muscles in the distal segment of the intestine
    4. The lymphoid aggregates in the distal segment of the intestine
    5. The lymphoid aggregates in the proximal segment of the intestine
    1. The distal portion of the intestine is the aganglionic segment
    2. The proximal portion of the intestine is the aganglionic segment
    3. The proximal portion of the intestine is a narrow and affected segment
    4. The distal portion of the intestine is the ganglionic segment
    5. Both the proximal and distal portion have ganglion cells
    1. Chagas disease
    2. Hirschsprung disease
    3. Infectious colitis
    4. Ulcerative colitis
    5. Pseudomembranous colitis

    Author of lecture Pediatric Hirschsprung Disease

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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