A CASE OF LAPAROSCOPIC CORRECTION OF A DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA IN A 5-YEAR-OLD CHILD

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Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) is a severe pathology connected with the defect in diaphragm development. It occurs in 1 case per 2000 to 4000 of newborns. Hernias of the esophageal opening, diaphragmatic cupula and retrosternal area are found in elder children. David C. Van der Zee and Klass (N.) M.A. Bax were the first to offer the endosurgical method of diaphragmatic hernia correction using laparoscopic approach. The presented case of laparoscopic correction of diaphragmatic hernia in a 5-years-old kid shows the experience of surgery of this pathology using ENDO STITCH,10 mm (USA, 2004).

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V. V. Parshikov

Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy

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I. Yu. Karpova

Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy

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V. P. Obryadov

State Budgetary Health Institution «Nizhny Novgorod Re gional Children’s Clinical Hospital»

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Russian Federation

E. A. Rozhdenkin

State Budgetary Health Institution «Nizhny Novgorod Re gional Children’s Clinical Hospital»

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Russian Federation

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