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Study on the Application of Ultrasonic Image Analysis Technology Combined with the Analysis of Intestinal Nervous System in the Treatment of Intestinal Duplication in Children

Yang Gao, Na Chen, Yuanyuan Zhong, Wei Wang, Xin Zhou, Fang Shao, Zhenxiang Lv, Xiaohong Liang, Ping Li
World Neurosurgery 2020, 138: 749-757
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This paper retrospectively analyzed 28 cases of children diagnosed with repeated intestinal malformations in our hospital from October 2014 to November 2016. The characteristics of ultrasound sonograms of children were evaluated. The images of intestinal repetitive malformations were classified and summarized to identify their common sites, the characteristics of various types of ultrasound sonograms, the main points of ultrasound diagnosis and identification, and the experience of ultrasound workers in daily inspection of children with repetitive malformations of the digestive tract. We analyzed the images of some common complications caused by repeated bowel malformations and identified the main points of ultrasound diagnosis. We then compared the results of ultrasound with other imaging findings, surgery, and pathologic results. At the same time, some special types of repeated bowel malformations were analyzed, discussed, and summarized to improve the understanding of ultrasound examination of gastrointestinal diseases in children, and show the superiority of children's abdominal intestine ultrasound. This study found that the ultrasound diagnosis of children with intestinal repetitive deformities has a high detection rate, clear images, clear anatomic levels, and clear blood flow conditions. Compared with other imaging methods, ultrasound has strong operability, real-time dynamics, strong specificity, and no radiation, and things are not easily misdiagnosed and missed. Therefore, ultrasound can be used as the preferred method for preoperative diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and postoperative follow-up review of repeated intestinal malformations in children.

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