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Fig. 1. Vogt’s classification of atresia of the esophagus

Type I, atresia of entire esophagus.

Type ll, atresia of a segment of the esophagus with defined upper and lower esophageal pouches.

Type III, atresia of the esophagus with tracheoesophageal fistula: rz, fistula between the upper esophageal segment and the trachea; b, fistula between the lower esophageal segment and the trachea; c, fistulae between both esophageal segments and the trachea.

From Leven ct al., Ann. Surg., vol. 136, p. 704, 1952.


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Smith EI. The early development of the trachea and esophagus in relation to atresia of the esophagus and tracheoesophageal fistula. (1957) Contributions To Embryology, No. 245


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