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Congenital lung lesions: preoperative three-dimensional reconstructed CT scan as the definitive investigation and surgical management.
AIM OF STUDY The aim of this study was to review our experience of postnatal investigations and management of congenital lung lesions. METHODS All children with antenatal diagnosis undergoingExpand
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Identification of novel genes in Hirschsprung disease pathway using whole genome expression study.
AIM This study aims to identify new genes not described previously that may be relevant in the etiology or pathophysiology of patients with Hirschsprung disease (HD). This was done by identifyingExpand
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The benefits and management of gastrostomy in children
Abstract Gastrostomy is becoming an increasingly common procedure in the paediatric population. We present a review summary of indications and benefits of gastrostomy in children. Technical aspectsExpand
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Traumatic abdominal wall hernia: an unusual bicycle handlebar injury
Traumatic hernia of the abdominal wall is rare. The mechanism of injury can be severe such as a motor vehicle accident or relatively minor such as a fall onto a bicycle handlebar. In childrenExpand
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Early experience of pediatric thoracoscopic lobectomy in the UK.
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to report on the early experience of pediatric thoracoscopic lobectomy in two UK centers (Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh, and Addenbrookes Hospital,Expand
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Attraction problems following magnet ingestion.
Ingestion of magnetic toys is associated with serious complications that can result in pressure necrosis and bowel perforation. We report three cases of multiple (more than two) magnet ingestion. InExpand
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Preoperative patient education: a study in reduction mammaplasty.
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Bilateral communicating intralobar sequestration and microgastria.
F male infant was born at 39 weeks’ gestation. Antenatal scans demonstrated an absent stomach, but no thoacic abnormalities. On day 5, feeding difficulties and respiatory distress developed. A chestExpand
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Does the use of photography help to prioritise patients when referring to the oral medicine department?
Objective To determine whether the use of referral letters with and without photography will make a difference to prioritising patients to the oral medicine department.Design RetrospectiveExpand
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A new method to facilitate skin graft harvest with minimal assistance.
  • A. Aslam
  • Medicine
  • Annals of plastic surgery
  • 1 July 1999
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