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《Hebei Medicine》 2009-08
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Ileopexy is Not Helpful in Preventing Recurrence of Ileocolic Intussusception in Children

LIN Han,ZHENG Lian(The First Affiliated Hospital of Medical College Shantou University, Guangdong Shantou 515041,China)  
Objective: The present study compared the incidence of recurrent intussusception after three different surgical procedures for intussusception in children.Method: The charts of 232 children undergoing surgical reduction of ileocolic intussusception over 15 years were retrospectively reviewed.The incidence of recurrent intussusception was compared among the three surgical procedures: simple manual reduction,manual reduction plus ileopexy one,and manual reduction plus ileopexy two.Result: There were five episodes of recurrence(5.9%) in patients who had simple manual reduction,four episodes(6.0%) in patients who had undergone ileopexy one,and five episodes(6.2%) after ileopexy two.There was no statistical difference in recurrent rate among the three groups.Conclusion: Ileopexy is not better than simple manual reduction in preventing recurrence of ileocolic intussusception in children.
【CateGory Index】: R726.5
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