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PROF. YIK YEE IAN

Department of Surgery

Faculty of Medicine

yiyik@um.edu.my
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Anugerah cemerlang um (acum)
Anugerah cemerlang um (acum)
Year 2014
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INVITED REVIEWER FOR JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY: EFFECTS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS INTERFERENTIAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON CONSTIPATION IN POSTOPERATIVE HIRSCHSPRUNG DISEASE CHILDREN: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL INVITED REVIEWER FOR JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY: EFFECTS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS INTERFERENTIAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON CONSTIPATION IN POSTOPERATIVE HIRSCHSPRUNG DISEASE CHILDREN: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL
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Year 2015
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Latest Publication
2017

Gastrointestinal transit patterns identified in children with intractable chronic constipation using scintigraphy: experience over 1000 cases

2017

Home-based transabdominal interferential electrical stimulation for six months improves paediatric slow transit constipation (STC)

2016

Stomach trichobezoar (Rapunzel Syndrome) with iatrogenic intussusception.

2016

Cholecysto-appendicostomy as partial internal biliary drainage in Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis Type 1: A case report and review of literature

2013

Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation Over the Belly in Slow-transit Constipation

2013

Transcutaneous electrical stimulation for constipation

2011

Targeting the causes of intractable chronic constipation in children: The nuclear transit studies (NTS)

2011

How common is colonic elongation in children with slow-transit constipation or anorectal retention?

2011

Impact of transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TES) therapy on appendicostomy operation rates for children with chronic constipation

2011

A standardised technique for gastrointestinal transit in paediatric populations

2011

Transabdominal electrical stimulation increases wetness of faeces in piglets