Necrotizing Enterocolitis View Full Text


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DATE

2016-11-10

AUTHORS

Margherita Trinci , Claudia Lucia Piccolo , Antonio Alessandro Pallottino , Francesco Esposito , Massimo Zeccolini , Vittorio Miele

ABSTRACT

The necrotizing enterocolitis is the most common medical and surgical gastrointestinal emergency in the newborn; it can affect both term newborns and preterm newborns especially those with very low weight at birth. The age of onset of NEC is inversely proportional to gestational age. The term newborns develop NEC much earlier than preterm infants, with the average age of the onset by the first week of life, if not within the first 2–3 days. The mortality for NEC varies depending on the degree of bowel involvement and comorbidities that reach up to 50 % in those forms that receive the surgical treatment.The radiology with abdomen plain film and with abdominal sonography is enable to find the early signal of this disease and according to the evolution of the disease can detect positive or negative prognostic factors. More... »

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53-72

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