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Purpose This study was conducted to determine the effect of age at diagnosis and length of ganglionated bowel resected on postoperative Hirschsprung-associated enterocolitis (HAEC).
Purpose Although occasionally difficult, distinguishing abdominal neuroblastoma (NBL) from Wilms tumor (WT) at presentation is important, as surgical management differs significantly. We reviewed our 20-year experience (1987-2006) treating patients with NBL, focusing on those with an initial...
Duplications of the alimentary tract are rare and occur in 1 of 4500 births (Duplication of the stomach: report of a case and review of the English literature. Arch Surg 1961; 82:634-640). Gastric duplications constitute 8% of these or roughly 17 of every 1,000,000 births (Shew SB, Holcomb GW....
A 10-year–old boy with cystic fibrosis (CF) (ΔF508/G551D mutation) underwent an uneventful elective interval laparoscopic appendectomy. During routine laparoscopic inspection of the abdomen and groins, congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens was noted. Pictures of the patient's...
Central venous occlusion in children is a challenging problem that can occur after a central venous catheter insertion. Long-term catheter-related complications include sepsis and venous thrombosis with consequent loss of central access. We describe 2 cases of children younger than 1 year who...
Background Subdiaphragmatic aortic diseases in children are rare and form a heterogeneous group. The pediatric patient presents unique challenges because of their size, concerns about proper timing and conduit for repair, and anticipating expected growth.
Purpose The purpose of the study was to measure the effect of splenectomy on packed-cell transfusion requirement in children with sickle cell disease.
Purpose The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of laparoscopic cholecystectomy in children with biliary dyskinesia.
Background Intestinal adaptation after massive small bowel resection (SBR) involves all layers of the bowel wall. Most prior work has focused on changes that occur in the intestinal mucosa. However, the contribution of the underlying intestinal smooth muscle (ISM) to the overall adaptation...
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