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The natural history of mesenchymal hamartoma of the liver is poorly understood. This case demonstrates the course of a biopsy-proven mesenchymal hamartoma using sequential computed tomography (CT) examinations. These CT scans show initial expansion of the lesion with subsequent involution. The...
The endoparasitic twin is the most common form of asymmetric fetal duplication (heteropagus). A 2-month-old girl who had a parasitic right lower limb with axial skeleton, vertebral column, uterus, fallopian tube, ovary, and bladder implanted in the sternum region is described as another example...
Background/Purpose: Cholelithiasis and choledocholithiasis are common complications of sickle cell disease (SCD). With the recent advances in laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC), which has been used successfully for the management of cholelithiasis in children who have SCD, exclusion of...
One to two percent of patients who have choledochal cysts present with cyst rupture and bile peritonitis. Reported cases have been managed with external drainage of the cyst followed by a second procedure to excise the cyst and reconstruct the biliary tract. The authors report two cases of...
Background/Purpose: The authors present their early experience with laparoscopic ligation of varicoceles in children. Methods: Over a period of 30 months, 17 children underwent laparoscopic treatment of unilateral varicoceles (age range, 7 to 16 years). Nine underwent ligation of veins alone and...
Background/Purpose: To investigate the distribution of neural markers and neuropeptides in esophageal atresia (EA). Methods: A fetal rat model with Adriamycin-induced EA was used. The animals were divided into four groups: (1) control group, (2) saline-injected group, (3) Adriamycin administered...
Background/Purpose: Neonates who have ovarian torsion caused by an ovarian cyst often lose their ovary because the torsion and infarction occurred antenatally. Because ultrasound scan has been so effective in diagnosing ovarian cysts in utero, we have a better understanding of their natural...
Background/Purpose: This study was performed to investigate additional effects of intestinal distension in the damage to the gut caused by hypoxia-reperfusion. Methods: Five groups each consisting of ten 1-day-old Wistar albino rat pups were studied; Group 1, hypoxia-reoxygenation; Group 2,...
Background/Purpose: Results of treatment of tracheoesophageal fistula (TEF) have improved over the years. However, long gap atresias continue to be a problem and require modification in the conventional operation. Preoperative diagnosis of a long gap atresia in a case of TEF is difficult, and...
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