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SEQUESTERED BOWEL IN ATRESIA
Lubna Ijaz
Journal of Neonatal Surgery , 2012,
Abstract: Atresia is derived from Greek words “a” (no) and “tresis” (orifice); and refers to congenital obstruction of intestine due to complete occlusion of the bowel lumen.The sequestered bowel may resorpt partially or completely. Complete resorption occurs in majority, however, when the event of volvulus and atresia occurs late in gestation the necrotic bowel may be present at birth.
Overlapping Features of Caudal Regression Syndrome and VACTERL Complex in a Neonate
Lubna Ijaz,Afzal Sheikh
APSP Journal of Case Reports , 2010,
Abstract: Caudal regression syndrome (CRS) is characterized by a group of heterogeneous anomalies involving the distal spinal cord and vertebral column, genitourinary system, hind gut and limbs. The malformation may range from minor anomalies of spine and spinal cord to the extreme, the sirenomelia. Various authors pointed out an overlap of spectrum of anomalies in CRS and VACTERL (vertebral, anorectal, cardiac, tracheo-esophageal, renal and limb anomalies) complex.
Rectal Stenosis: A Rare Anorectal Malformation
Lubna Ijaz,Bilal Mirza
Journal of Neonatal Surgery , 2012,
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Evisceration and necrosis of gall bladder and evisceration of urinary bladder in a patient of gastroschisis
Mirza Bilal,Ijaz Lubna,Sheikh Afzal
African Journal of Paediatric Surgery , 2010,
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COLONIC ATRESIA AND STENOSIS: OUR EXPERIENCE
Bilal Mirza,Shahid Iqbal,Lubna Ijaz
Journal of Neonatal Surgery , 2012,
Abstract: Background: Colonic atresia and stenosis are rare entities. On average 1 case per year of colonic atresia is being seen in most of pediatric surgical centers and to date less than 10 cases of colonic stenosis have been reported.Material and Methods: The medical record of patients of colonic atresia and stenosis managed during March 2006 to March 2010 was reviewed. Results: A total of 15 patients of colonic atresia (11) and stenosis (4) were the study population. Four were ascending colon atresia, 2 at hepatic flexure and transverse colon each, and 1 at sigmoid colon. Two patients had multiple colonic atresias. One patient of ascending colon atresia also had pyloric atresia. In colonic stenosis population (two congenital and two secondary to necrotizing enterocolitis), two were transverse colon stenosis and two were sigmoid colon stenosis. The preoperative diagnosis was distal small bowel atresia in 11 patients. Colonic atresias were managed by colocolic anastomosis with covering ileostomy in 8 patients. The remaining 3 patients were managed by exteriorizing both ends of atresia. Colonic stenosis cases were managed by primary colocolic anastomosis in 1 patient and colocolic anastomosis under covering ileostomy in 3 patients. Three patients of colonic atresia succumbed postoperatively. Conclusion: Colonic atresia and stenosis are rare entities. Associated alimentary tract malformations may result poor prognosis. Colonic atresia can safely be managed by colocolic anastomosis with covering ileostomy.
Intralobar pulmonary sequestration masquerading as congenital lobar emphysema
Mirza Bilal,Raza Afsheen,Ijaz Iftikhar,Ijaz Lubna
Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons , 2011,
Abstract: Intrapulmonary sequestrations are quite uncommon in pediatric age group. The preoperative diagnosis of pulmonary sequestration is not possible in most of the cases. A 2-year-old boy presented with recurrent episodes of chest infections and respiratory distress. A preoperative diagnosis of congenital lobar emphysema was made on the basis of chest radiograph and computed tomography scan. At operation, an intralobar pulmonary sequestration was found. The sequestration cyst was excised with uneventful recovery.
Different modalities used to treat concurrent lymphangioma of chest wall and scrotum
Mirza Bilal,Ijaz Lubna,Saleem Muhammad,Sheikh Afzal
Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery , 2010,
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Cystic hygroma: An overview
Mirza Bilal,Ijaz Lubna,Saleem Muhammad,Sharif Muhammad
Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery , 2010,
Abstract: Cystic hygromas are the cystic variety of lymphangioma, common locations being cervico-facial regions and axilla. Respiratory distress, recurrent infections or cosmetic reasons are the main indications of the treatment. The ideal treatment is complete surgical excision; however, there is a gradual conversion towards sclerosant therapy. This article reviews the current literature and discusses the various problems encountered during the management of these lesions.
Shock: A presentation of enteric fever
Mirza Bilal,Ijaz Lubna,Saleem Muhammad,Sharif Muhammad
Journal of Emergencies, Trauma and Shock , 2010,
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Management of biliary perforation in children
Mirza Bilal,Ijaz Lubna,Saleem Muhammad,Iqbal Shahid
African Journal of Paediatric Surgery , 2010,
Abstract: Background: To study the aetiology, management and outcome of biliary perforations in paediatric age group. Patients and Methods: In a retrospective study, the records of patients presented with biliary peritonitis due to biliary perforations, managed from March 2006 to July 2009, are reviewed. Results: Eight male patients with biliary peritonitis due to biliary perforation were managed. These patients were divided in two groups, A and B. Group A, (n = 3) patients, had common bile duct (CBD) perforation, and Group B (n=5) patients had gallbladder perforation. The presenting features were abdominal pain, fever, abdominal distension, vomiting, constipation, jaundice and signs of peritonism. The management of CBD perforations in Group A was by draining the site of perforation and biliary diversion (tube cholecystostomy). In Group B, the gallbladder perforations were managed by tube cholecystostomy in four patients and cholecystectomy in one patient, however, one patient had to be re-explored and cholecystectomy performed due to complete necrosis of gall bladder. There was no mortality in our series. All patients were asymptomatic on regular follow-up. Conclusion: Early optimal management of biliary perforations remarkably improved the very high mortality and morbidity that characterised this condition in the past.
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