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Purpose We sought to define the sensitivity and specificity of computed tomographic angiography (CTA) in pediatric vascular injuries.
Purpose The infectious implication of abdominal surgeries on ventriculo-peritoneal (VP) shunts, including simultaneous shunt placement and management of shunt infections, has been ill defined in children.
Purpose We aimed at determining whether osseous grafts engineered from amniotic mesenchymal stem cells (aMSCs) could be used in postnatal sternal repair.
Delayed rupture of the spleen following trauma is an exceedingly rare phenomenon in children. In the case we have experienced, arterial embolization was successfully performed, surgery was avoided, and functional splenic tissue was preserved. Embolization is of value in the management of blunt...
Purpose Many articles describe the antegrade continence enemas (ACEs), but few refer to a bowel management program. A successful ACE may not help a patient without such management. Valuable lessons were learned by implementation of bowel management in 495 fecally incontinent patients.
Background Many options exist in the surgical management of Hirschsprung's disease (HD). To gain insight into contemporary management, we queried pediatric surgeons listed in the American Pediatric Surgical Association Directory on their management for the typical baby with HD.
Pouch colon anomaly and high anorectal malformation are well-defined rare anomalies. The association of pouch colon anomaly with rectal atresia has previously been defined in only one case. In this study, a 2-day-old baby is presented with pouch colon anomaly without fistula and with rectal...
Background Probiotic fortified diet reduces bacterial colonization and translocation in a short-term neonatal rabbit model when continuously challenged with pathogen. The purpose of this study was to determine if live probiotic diet could remain effective at decreasing colonization/translocation...
Background There is a paucity of literature comparing outcomes of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tubes vs PEG buttons. Primary PEG buttons offer an advantage of being a single-step low-profile enteral access device with potentially fewer complications.
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