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(A) A colon study of the patient revealed a dilated colon above the transition zone in the proximal part of sigmoid colon. (B-1) Absence of ganglion cells in the rectum (H&E stain, ×200). (B-2) Detection of ganglion cells in the sigmoid colon (H&E stain, ×200). (C) Bcl-2 (C-1, ×100) and calretinin immunostaining (C-2, ×100) was negative in the distal part of the sigmoid.

Journal of Genetic Medicine 2019;16:39-42
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