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