Hirschsprung's disease is a congenital disorder wherein a section of the large intestine is narrowed and unable to open or relax. Stools may impact in this section causing terrible problems with digestion and passing of stools. Hirschsprung's disease is diagnosed after birth and is treated with surgery as soon as possible. Symptoms that prompt physicians to diagnose Hirschsprung's disease is the failure of the newborn to pass stools, a swollen belly, vomiting of bile and constipation.
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