This question was answered on Thu 26, May 2011 09:32am by Dr Arti Sharma

What is Hershberger Syndrome?

    
Asked by Unregistered (Male; 20; Sever constipation, impactions, blockages, abdominal pain. ) on Wed 16, Mar 2011 02:30pm

What is Hershberger Syndrome?

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Answer by Dr Arti Sharma  on Thu 26, May 2011 09:32am:

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Comment by Rose on Wed 24, Jul 2013 11:30pm:
It's a disease that involves the nerve endings inside the colon. If a section of the colon has defective nerve endings blockages can occur. If severe enough, it can be life threatening. It is important to see a gastroenterology who has experience with this disease.

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