1. Explain the pathophysiological mechanisms behind neonatal distal intestinal obstructions, including common etiologies such as meconium ileus, Hirschsprung's disease, and intestinal atresias.
2. Describe the clinical presentation and diagnostic tools used to identify neonates with distal intestinal obstructions, including radiological imaging and contrast studies.
3. Discuss the various surgical techniques and approaches available for treating neonatal distal intestinal obstructions, such as bowel resection, ostomy formation, and primary anastomosis
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