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A rare form of congenital esophageal stenosis: abortive esophageal atresia



A rare form of congenital esophageal stenosis: abortive esophageal atresia



Chirurgie Pediatrique 23(2): 73-74



This communication describes two new cases of esophageal malformation situated at the usual level of atresias. In these two stenosis, the superior segment overlapped the inferior segment a certain length, and the inferior segment adhered closely to the trachea. When recognized, this malformation responds well to instrumental dilatation.

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