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Caring for children with Hirschsprungs disease and anorectal malformation

Learn how our Gastroenterology, Liver and Nutrition Program cares for children with Hirschsprungs disease and anorectal malformation.

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Our approach to Hirschsprung’s disease

Neurogastroenterology, Motility and Autonomic Disorders Program at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin offers one of the world’s largest teams of motility experts, including doctors who specialize in Hirschsprung’s disease. Families from around the United States and beyond seek treatment at Children’s Hospital because of our team’s deep level of expertise, high volume of patients with motility disorders and cutting-edge diagnostic tools. 

We take a personalized and multidisciplinary approach to treating every child. In addition to GI specialists who can help manage your child’s gastrointestinal symptoms, our team includes surgeons, urologists, chronic pain specialists, dieticians and psychologists.

Hirschsprung’s disease services we offer

From diagnostic services to second opinions to ongoing management for children who have post-surgical problems, our dedicated experts are here to help your family cope with Hirschsprung’s. Children’s Hospital also offers a Hirschsprung’s Disease and Imperforate Anus Program that combines the interdisciplinary expertise of a pediatric gastroenterologist and surgeon who specializes in colorectal surgery. The program treats children who are experiencing post-surgical problems with bowel training, constipation and fecal incontinence. Other resources include:

Diagnosing and treating Hirschsprung’s disease

Pediatric Neurogastroenterology, Motility and Autonomic Disorders Program is one of just a few pediatric centers to offer a full range of diagnostic tests, including manometry and autonomic testing, for evaluating children with Hirschsprung’s disease.

Other diagnostic tests may include: Treatment is primarily surgical and can be handled by our expert surgeons.
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