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re-op appearance of a 1 y.o. male with Hirschsprung's disease. This child had a left lower quadrant colostomy with a Hartmann's pouch at birth and was lost to follow up until eleven months of age. The majority of pull-throughs today are done in the neonatal period or in the first few months of life. While less common, a one-year old patient is a good choice for demonstrating the procedure. The patient underwent preoperative enemas and an antibiotic bowel prep.      

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The layout of the operating room.       

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The stoma is sewn shut with a 3-0 nylon purse string suture.       

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