Hirsch sprung is a functional nerve disorder in abdominal area in which a part or entire intestine is nerveless which leads to functional disorder. Lack of complete tissue nerve at the end of the intestine makes this part of the intestine have little mobility and consequently lead to accumulation of stool behind the nerveless part. This part will be chronic, bigger and wider. 


   Clinical symptoms include
  • Lack of excretion for 24 to 84 first hours
  • Unnatural stool
  • Insufficient nutrition
  • Vomiting
  • Watery diarrhea in babies
  • Constipation
  • Solid excretion discharge