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Table 2 Clinical, associated anomalies and surgical findings of neonates with CDO following Kimura surgery at Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Indonesia

From: Outcomes and survival of infants with congenital duodenal obstruction following Kimura procedure with post-anastomosis jejunostomy feeding tube

Characteristics Total (N = 52) JFT (N = 15) Non-JFT (N = 37) p value
N (%); median (IQR) N (%); median (IQR) N (%); median (IQR)
Clinical presentation     
Bilious vomiting 43 (82.7) 12 (80) 31 (83.8) 0.059
Epigastric distention 50 (96.2) 13 (88.2) 37 (100) 0.024*
Meconium passage 46 (88.5) 11 (73.3) 35 (94.5) 0.03*
Associated anomaly     
None 23 (44.2) 9 (60) 14 (37.8) 0.11
Down syndrome 21 (40.4) 4 (26.6) 17 (45.9) 0.38
Congenital heart disease 14 (26.9) 3 (20) 11 (29.7) 0.74
Other congenital anomalies (imperforate anus, Hirschsprung disease, Prune-Belly syndrome) 8 (15.4) 2 (13.3) 6 (13.5) 1.0
Duodenal obstruction type     
Type 1 12 (23.1) 3 (20) 9 (24.3) 1.0
Stenosis 7 (13.5) 0 7 (18.9) 0.09
Annular pancreas 33 (63.4) 12 (80) 21 (56.8) 0.20
Duration of operation (min) 120 (108.75–135) 135(120–165) 120 (105–120) 0.002*
  1. CDO congenial duodenal obstruction, IQR interquartile range, JFT jejunostomy feeding tube, min minutes
  2. *Significant (p < 0.05)