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Necrotizing enterocolitis is (NEC) is a serious intestinal illness in babies that results in the death of intestinal tissues.
Premature babies or sick newborns are at the greatest risk for necrotizing enterocolitis.
How Boston Children's Hospital approaches necrotizing enterocolitis
Children's Center for Advanced Intestinal Rehabilitation team actively participates in research focused on the treatment and understanding of gastrointestinal disorders. Children's doctors developed the serial transverse enteroplasty (STEP) procedure, a surgical technique developed for use in treating gastrointestinal disorders.
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