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A Clinicostatistical Study on Surgical Abdomen in Children.

Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1980;23(2):124-129.
Published online February 15, 1980.
A Clinicostatistical Study on Surgical Abdomen in Children.
Jae Oh Kim, Jung Woo Suk, Don Hee Ahn, Keun Chan Sohn
Department of Pediatrics, National Medical Center Seoul, Korea.
외과적 처치가 필요한 소아복부질환들의 임상통계적 고찰
김재오, 석정우, 안돈희, 손근찬
국립의료원 소아과
Abstract
A clinicostatistical study was made in 405 cases who were admitted to department of pediatrics, general surgery, urology, gynocology of N.M.C. for abdominal surgery from 1973 to 1978 and following results were obtained. 1. Distribution and incidece of surgical abdomen diseases showed acute appendicitis 107 cases(26.4%), inguinal hernia 82 cases(20.2%), intussusception 73 casese(18.0%) and intestinal obstructuction due to congenital origin 47 cases(11.6%). 2. Male was more predominant than female in proportion of 2.32:1. Age distribution revealed highest frequency in 10-15 years with 125 cases(30.8%) followed by 1 month to 1 year with 105 cases(25.9%). 3. In 47 casess of intestinal obstruction due to congenital origin, 3 common diseases were imperforated anus 14 cases, congenital megacolon 12 cases and congenitalpyloric stenosis 12 cases. 4. In 19 cases of acquired intestinal obstruction except intussusception and inguinal hernia, the most common cause was adhesion 10 sease(52.6%). 5. In 30 cases of abdominal mass, wilm's tumor was the commonest with 8 cases(26.7%). 6. In 19 cases of intestinal bleeding and perforation, accidental injury was the commonest cause with 12 cases(63.2%). 7. Highest incidence of diseases in relation to age group were as follows: newborn infant: intestinal obstruction due to congenital origin(96.7%), 1 month-1 year: intussusception (55.7%), 1-2year and 2-6year; inguinal hernia(46.3% and 50.0%), 6-10years and 10-15years; acute appendicitis(52.1% and 61.2%). 8. Overall mortality rate was 6.2%(25 out of 405 cases) and the highest mortality rate was noted in congenital anomaly with 23.1%(12 out of 52 cases).


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