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Prognosis of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis

Prognosis of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis: Most patients die during the first year of life. Males tend to develop more severe symptoms than females. ...see also Overview of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis

Complications:

Complications of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis may include:

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About prognosis:

The 'prognosis' of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis usually refers to the likely outcome of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis. The prognosis of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis may include the duration of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis, chances of complications of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis, probable outcomes, prospects for recovery, recovery period for Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis, survival rates, death rates, and other outcome possibilities in the overall prognosis of Megacystis microcolon -- intestinal hypoperistalsis -- hydronephrosis. Naturally, such forecast issues are by their nature unpredictable.

 

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