- Gastric perforation is a rare, life-threatening condition in neonates. To avoid deterioration, prompt surgical treatment is mandatory.
- Minimally invasive repair of pectus excavatum (MIRPE) has become widely popular since its introduction in the late 1990s by Nuss. We describe 1 unusual complication after MIRPE and 1 life-threatening bleeding during removal of the pectus bar.
- We present a case of prenatally diagnosed gastroschisis combined with a sternal cleft, as well as the successful surgical management of this unusual condition. Successful management of gastroschisis combined with sternal cleft has not been reported before in the literature.