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Many times babies with this condition also have other defects of the rectum. Doctors usually can diagnose this condition shortly after birth. This is a very serious condition that requires. Although the diagnosis of imperforate anus can be made by a physical examination, physicians may recommend additional tests to identify the specific type of imperforate anus. Additional tests may also be ordered to evaluate conditions associated with imperforate anus. Children who have an imperforate anus may also have other congenital anomalies. Anorectal malformations, also known as imperforate anus, are defects that occur during the fifth to seventh weeks of fetal development. With these defects, the anus (opening at the end of the large intestine through which stool passes) and the rectum (area of the large intestine just above the anus. The diagnosis is apparent shortly after birth by a routine physical examination. The cause of this abnormality is unknown. Babies who have imperforate anus may also have other congenital anomalies. These may include defects in the spine, heart defects, Tracheoesophageal fistula, anomalies of the kidneys and limbs. Birth defects of the digestive tract include oesophageal atresia (obstruction of the oesophagus) and imperforate anus (malformations of the anus). Most babies born with oesophageal atresia also have tracheo-oesophageal fistula, which means the trachea and oesophagus are connected. Treatment options include surgery. Two surgeries are often needed for more severe imperforate anus defects: The first surgery is called a colostomy. The surgeon creates an opening (stoma) in the skin and muscle of the abdominal wall. Children with imperforate anus may also have other birth defects, including problems with the heart, kidneys, arms, legs, or spine. The rectum may have openings to other structures. These may include the urethra, bladder, base of the penis or scrotum in boys, or vagina in girls. There may be narrowing (stenosis) of the anus or no anus. It is caused by abnormal development of the fetus. Many forms of imperforate anus occur with other . In some cases, imperforate anus occurs as part of a malformation syndrome, such as VACTERL association, a rare disorder that may be characterized by a spectrum of birth defects, including anal, skeletal, kidney (renal), heart (cardiac), and/or other abnormalities. Imperforate anus is usually present along with other birth defects—spinal problems, heart problems, tracheoesophageal fistula, esophageal atresia, renal anomalies and limb anomalies are among the possibilities, collectively being called the VACTERL association.

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Many times babies with this condition also have other defects of the rectum. Doctors usually can diagnose this condition shortly after birth. This is a very serious condition that requires. Although the diagnosis of imperforate anus can be made by a physical examination, physicians may recommend additional tests to identify the specific type of imperforate anus. Additional tests may also be ordered to evaluate conditions associated with imperforate anus. Children who have an imperforate anus may also have other congenital anomalies. Anorectal malformations, also known as imperforate anus, are defects that occur during the fifth to seventh weeks of fetal development. With these defects, the anus (opening at the end of the large intestine through which stool passes) and the rectum (area of the large intestine just above the anus. The diagnosis is apparent shortly after birth by a routine physical examination. The cause of this abnormality is unknown. Babies who have imperforate anus may also have other congenital anomalies. These may include defects in the spine, heart defects, Tracheoesophageal fistula, anomalies of the kidneys and limbs.

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Birth defects of the digestive tract include oesophageal atresia (obstruction of the oesophagus) and imperforate anus (malformations of the anus). Most babies born with oesophageal atresia also have tracheo-oesophageal fistula, which means the trachea and oesophagus are connected. Treatment options include surgery. For mild imperforate anus defects: Children with imperforate anus may also have other birth defects, including problems with the heart, kidneys, arms, legs, or. The rectum may have openings to other structures. These may include the urethra, bladder, base of the penis or scrotum in boys, or vagina in girls. There may be narrowing (stenosis) of the anus or no anus. It is caused by abnormal development of the fetus. Many forms of imperforate anus occur with other birth defects. Imperforate anus is usually present along with other birth defects—spinal problems, heart problems, tracheoesophageal fistula, esophageal atresia, renal anomalies and limb anomalies are among the possibilities, collectively being called the VACTERL association.

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Imperforate anus, also called anorectal malformation, is a congenital (existing before birth) defect that happens early in pregnancy, while a baby is still developing. VACTERL or VATER association is an acronym used to describe a series of characteristics which have been found to occur together. V stands for vertebrae, which are the bones of the spinal column. A stands for imperforate anus or anal atresia, or an anus that does not open to the outside of the body.

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