FOKER PROCEDURE - STRATEGY OF INDUCTION OF THE ESOPHAGEAL GROWTH BY TRACTION

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The scientific review is devoted to study of treatment of long gap esophageal atresia with use of traction elongation. This surgical method is rather new and unknown for readers from the Russian Federation. From first-hand authors first-hand showed versatile aspects of extension of esophagus.

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John Foker

University of Minnesota

Author for correspondence.
Email: foker001@umn.edu
Russian Federation

Yu. A. Kozlov

Irkutsk Municipal Pediatric Clinical Hospital; Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Continuing Education

Email: yuriherz@hotmail.com
Russian Federation

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