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Volume 15/Issue 5, September 2019

Management and outcome for babies born with an exomphalos

Sarah Louise Williamson, Louise Lawrence, Anthony Lander, Shree Vishna Rasiah

Exomphalos is an abdominal wall defect that is commonly associated with other abnormalities and/or chromosomal anomalies; however, there is limited information about the incidence of co-morbidities, management strategies and outcomes in this population. This retrospective case review describes key outcomes for 29 infants with exomphalos admitted to a surgical neonatal intensive care unit over a nine-year period.

Williamson SL., Lawrence L., Lander A., Rasiah SV. Management and outcome for babies born with an exomphalos. Infant 2019;15(5): 186-89.
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