#0  Paediatric surgery Anorectal malformation

Anorectal malformation does not only refer to an imperforate anus, but is a spectrum of abnormalities of rectum/ anus possible. It is also associated with other congenital abnormalities known by the mnenomonic 'VACTERL'.
Season 1 / Episode 0 31 Jul 2020 English South Africa Natural Sciences · Education

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