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Table 2 Surgical procedures and outcomes in patients with HSCR in Indonesia

From: Outcomes in patients with Hirschsprung disease following definitive surgery

Definitive surgery and outcomes N (%) OR (95% CI) p-value
Definitive surgery 39 (58)   
 TEPT 21 (54)   
 Soave 7 (18)   
 Duhamel 5 (13)   
 Posterior neurectomy 5 (13)   
 Posterior myectomy 1 (2)   
Outcomes after surgery (N = 39)
 Enterocolitis 6 (15)   
  TEPT 3 (7.5) 2.2 (0.2–21.1) 0.65
  Soave 2 (5)   
  Duhamel 1 (2.5)   
  Posterior neurectomy 0   
  Posterior myectomy 0   
 Constipation 6 (15)   
  Posterior neurectomy 3 (7.5) 15.5 (1.8–132.5) 0.019*
  TEPT 1 (2.5)   
  Soave 0   
  Duhamel 2 (5)   
  Posterior myectomy 0   
  1. HSCR Hirschsprung disease, TEPT transanal endorectal pull-through
  2. *Significant (p-value < 0.05)
Characteristic and surgical outcomes Yogyakarta province (%) Outside province (%) p-value
Age distribution N = 30 N = 37  
 Neonate 26 (87) 32 (86) 1.00
 Post-neonate 4 (13) 5 (14)  
Outcomes after surgery N = 17 N = 22  
 Enterocolitis 2 4 0.68
 Constipation 2 4 0.68
  1. HSCR Hirschsprung disease, TEPT transanal endorectal pull-through
  2. *Significant (p-value < 0.05)
Characteristic and surgical outcomes Male (%) Female (%) p-value
Age distribution N = 49 N = 18  
 Neonate 42 16 1.00
 Post-neonate 7 2  
Definitive surgery N = 31 N = 8  
 TEPT 16 5 0.70
 Soave 7 0  
 Duhamel 4 1  
 Posterior neurectomy 3 2  
 Posterior myectomy 1 0  
Outcomes after surgery N = 31 N = 8  
 Enterocolitis 6 0 0.31
 Constipation 3 3 0.09
  1. HSCR Hirschsprung disease, TEPT transanal endorectal pull-through
  2. *Significant (p-value < 0.05)