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Table 1 Demographic details, presentation, management, and outcome of neonates in this study

From: Jejunoileal atresia: a case-series of 63 neonates and risk factors to mortality

Age at presentation
 Within 48 h 13 (20.6%)
 After 48 h 50 (79.4%)
Gender
 Male 37 (58.7%)
 Female 26 (41.3%)
Gestational age
 Pre-term 13 (20.6%)
 Full-term 50 (79.4%)
Mode of delivery
 Vaginal route 37 (58.7%)
 Cesarean section 26 (41.3%)
Weight
 < 2500 g 13 (20.6%)
 ≥ 2500 g 50 (79.4%)
Antenatal scan
 Yes 2 (3.2%)
 No 61 (96.8%)
Presentation
 Bilious vomiting 43 (68.3%)
 Abdominal distension 48 (76.2%)
 Inability to pass meconium 56 (88.9%)
Surgical procedure opted
 ETEA without resection 23 (36.5%)
 Tapering enteroplasty with ETEA 15 (23.8%)
 Ileostomy 15 (23.8%)
 Bishop-Koop procedure 7 (11.1%)
 Santulli procedure 3 (4.8%)
Type of atresia
 Type I 14 (22.2%)
 Type II 12 (19%)
 Type III 26 (41.3%)
 Type IV 11 (17.5%)
Short bowel syndrome
 Yes 15 (23.8%)
 No 48 (76.2%)
Outcome
 Expired 23 (36.5%)
 Alive 40 (63.5%)