Atresia and stenosis of small intestine is a condition in which a section of the digestive tract, the small intestine, is narrowed and becomes blocked. This blockage means that food can’t get through. Atresia and stenosis of the small intestine is a congenital abnormality, meaning that it is there at birth. Stenosis of the small intestine means that the intestine is too narrow to allow food to properly pass through, while atresia means that there is a total blockage in the intestine and no food may pass through. Atresia and stenosis of small intestine can cause nausea, vomiting, and abdominal swelling. Treatments for small intestine atresia can vary based on location of the blockage, severity, and other factors.
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