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Background/Purpose This study aims to establish the possible mechanisms of pathogenesis of congenital biliary dilatation and to classify the disease accordingly.
Aim During testicular descent (TD), the genitofemoral nerve (GFN) is masculinized by androgen. This study aimed to test whether androgen receptor (AR), estrogen receptor α (ERA), or estrogen receptor β (ERB) are expressed during TD in the GFN spinal segments and dorsal root ganglia (DRG) in...
Variant presentations of the exstrophy–epispadias complex are rare congenital malformations, such as covered exstrophy with bifid phallus. We describe a male neonate with covered exstrophy with an intestinal remnant and epispadiac bifid phallus. We report this case to emphasize the simultaneous...
Background Spontaneous pneumothorax may result from rupture of subpleural blebs. Computed tomography (CT) has been used to identify blebs to serve as an indication for thoracoscopy. We reviewed our experience with spontaneous pneumothorax to assess the utility of CT in these patients.
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH) of the breast is a benign lesion, characterized by a dense proliferation of stromal mesenchymal cells of myofibroblastic origin forming empty, slitlike channels. The development of PASH is subject to hormonal influence and is most commonly seen in...
Background/Purpose Burns involving the genitalia and perineum are commonly seen in the context of extensive total body surface area (TBSA) burns and rarely as isolated injuries because of protection provided by the thighs and the abdomen. Genital burns usually result in extended hospital stays...
Purpose The Adriamycin rat model is an established model for different organ anomalies including congenital obstructive uropathy. In the current study, we carried out a dose-response analysis to find out the optimal dose of Adriamycin to create a viable rat model of obstructive uropathy.
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