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Pediatric Duodenal Atresia

What is Pediatric Duodenal Atresia?

Anywhere along the length of the small intestine, including the duodenum, jejunum, ileum and colon, the intestine can form a blockage before an infant is born. This blockage usually occurs where one segment is not connected to the other segments, and is called an atresia. 

What are the different types of Pediatric Duodenal Atresia?


How is Pediatric Duodenal Atresia treated?

Infants with atresias require surgery to reconnect the segments that aren’t properly formed, allowing food to flow through the intestine all the way from the mouth to the rectum.

Pediatric Duodenal Atresia Doctors and Providers


Children's Resources

Duodenal Atresia in newborns