Guidelines of the Italian Society of Videosurgery in Infancy for the minimally invasive treatment of the esophageal atresia


Published: 19 December 2019
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  • Salvatore Fabio Chiarenza Pediatric Surgery and Urologic Unit, Regional Center of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Urology, S. Bortolo Hospital, Vicenza, Italy.
  • Maria Luisa Conighi Pediatric Surgery and Urologic Unit, Regional Center of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Urology, S. Bortolo Hospital, Vicenza, Italy.
  • Ciro Esposito Pediatric Surgery Unit, Federico II University, Naples, Italy.
  • Maria Escolino Pediatric Surgery Unit, Federico II University, Naples, Italy.
  • Fabio Beretta Pediatric Surgery Unit, APSS, Trento, Italy.
  • Maurizio Cheli 4Pediatric Surgery Unit, Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital, Bergamo, Italy.
  • Vincenzo Di Benedetto Pediatric Surgery Unit, Vittorio Emanuele Hospital, Catania, Italy.
  • Maria Grazia Scuderi Pediatric Surgery Unit, Vittorio Emanuele Hospital, Catania, Italy.
  • Giovanni Casadio Pediatric Surgery Unit, Parma University Hospital, Parma, Italy.
  • Maurizio Marzaro Pediatric Surgery Unit, Local Health Unit 2, Treviso Hospital, Italy.
  • Leon Francesco Fascetti Pediatric Surgery Unit, Padua University, Italy.
  • Andrea Conforti Neonatal Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric Hospital Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy.
  • Pietro Bagolan Neonatal Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric Hospital Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy.
  • Claudio Vella Pediatric Surgery Unit, Children Hospital V. Buzzi, Milan, Italy.
  • Cosimo Bleve Pediatric Surgery and Urologic Unit, Regional Center of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Urology, S. Bortolo Hospital, Vicenza, Italy.
  • Daniela Codric Pediatric Surgery Unit, IRCCS Burlo Garofolo, Trieste, Italy.
  • Paolo Caione Pediatric Surgery and Urologic Unit, Pediatric Hospital Bambino GesuÌ€, Rome, Italy.

Esophageal Atresia (EA) is defined as an interruption in esophageal continuity that results in a proximal tract that ends in a blind pouch in 98% of cases, and a distal tract that in 87% of cases arises via a Fistula from the Trachea (TEF). (...).


Chiarenza, S. F., Conighi, M. L., Esposito, C., Escolino, M., Beretta, F., Cheli, M., Di Benedetto, V., Scuderi, M. G., Casadio, G., Marzaro, M., Fascetti, L. F., Conforti, A., Bagolan, P., Vella, C., Bleve, C., Codric, D., & Caione, P. (2019). Guidelines of the Italian Society of Videosurgery in Infancy for the minimally invasive treatment of the esophageal atresia. La Pediatria Medica E Chirurgica, 41(2). https://doi.org/10.4081/pmc.2019.230

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