El defecto máas comuún en los varones es el ano imperforado con fiístula rectouretral. La anormalidad más Atresia rectal. Bajas: Fistulas. Atresia anal es una condición congénita en la que la abertura del ano está ausente u obstruida. La mayoría de las veces, se puede corregir la atresia anal. E-mail: [email protected] Website: Supported Diseases. Ano imperforado. Synonyms: Malformación anorrectal, Atresia anal. Back to top.
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Anal Atresia | Denver Vein Care
Anal atresia is a problem with the way the anus forms and the part of the intestine leading to the anus. It can make it hard or impossible for the child to pass stool.
Your child may have:. The reason why isn’t clear.
Anal atresia is more atreska in boys. It is also more common in those with other health problems, such as Down syndrome and other birth defects. Milder anal atresia may not be found until later in life.
It may show as a lack of bowel control by age three. Most of the time, anal atresia can be fixed. Talk with your child’s doctor about the best plan for your child. Your child may need:. Surgery may be done to fix the anal atresia.
The type will depend on the defects that your child has. This content is reviewed regularly and is updated when new and relevant evidence is made available.
This information is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other artesia health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with questions regarding a medical condition. Call Specialized Vein Care at Definition Anal atresia is a problem with the way the anus forms and the part of the intestine leading to the anus.
Your child may have: Risk Factors Anal atresia is more common in boys. Symptoms If your baby has anal atresia, symptoms may include: No anal opening at birth Anal opening in the wrong place No stool within hours after birth Problems feeding Swollen belly Milder anal atresia may not be found until later in life. Diagnosis You will be asked about your child’s xtresia and health history. A physical exam will be done.
Images may be taken. This can be done with: Abdominal x-ray Abdominal ultrasound MRI scan.
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Treatment Most of the time, anal atresia can be fixed. Your child may need: Surgery Surgery may be done to fix the anal atresia. Surgery to connect the anus and intestine Anoplasty to move the anus to the correct location Colostomy to attach a part of the intestine to an opening in the wall of the belly to let waste to pass into a bag outside of the body Temporary Colostomy of an Infant.