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Yu.A. Kozlov

Children’s Regional Clinical Hospital;
Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education;
Irkutsk State Medical University

A.A. Rasputin

Ivano-Matreninsky Children’s Clinical Hospital

P.Zh. Baradieva

Ivano-Matreninsky Children’s Clinical Hospital

Ch.B. Ochirov

Atamanov Kuzbass Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital

K.A. Kovalkov

Atamanov Kuzbass Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital;
Kemerovo State Medical University

V.M. Kapuller

Assuta University Medical Center

Thoracoscopic traction elongation using internal sutures for esophageal atresia with large diastasis


Yu.A. Kozlov, A.A. Rasputin, P.Zh. Baradieva, Ch.B. Ochirov, K.A. Kovalkov, V.M. Kapuller

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Journal: Endoscopic Surgery. 2020;26(5): 38‑45

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To cite this article:

Kozlov YuA, Rasputin AA, Baradieva PZh, Ochirov ChB, Kovalkov KA, Kapuller VM. Thoracoscopic traction elongation using internal sutures for esophageal atresia with large diastasis. Endoscopic Surgery. 2020;26(5):38‑45. (In Russ.)

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