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In Hirschsprung disease, a section of the large intestine is missing the nerve network that controls the intestine's rhythmic contractions. Symptoms of intestinal obstruction occur. The large intestine depends on a network of nerves within its walls to synchronize rhythmic contractions and move digested material toward the anus, where the material is expelled as feces. In Hirschsprung disease, the affected section of intestine cannot contract normally. Without these normal contractions, material in the intestines builds up. Sometimes, Hirschsprung disease can lead to life threatening enterocolitis, which is inflammation of the large intestine (colon).

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This is interesting case ......i m reading a this matter ....thanx a.lot Kumar Himanshu

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informative post Dear @Kumar Himanshu

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