Pull-Through Procedure for Hirschsprung Disease77547
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Hirschsprung’s disease is a condition in which the large intestine can’t move waste properly. The normal anatomy of the large intestine, including ganglion cells in its walls, the problems caused by a blocked intestine and lack of ganglion cells, and the main steps in an operation to connect the healthy part of the large intestine to the anus, is depicted.