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Testis sparing surgery for Leydig cell pathologies in children.
OBJECTIVE The aim was to analyze testis-sparing surgical procedures in boys with Leydig cell pathologies. STUDY DESIGN The hospital records of four boys with Leydig cell hyperplasia who underwentExpand
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Transvesicoscopic cross-trigonal ureteroneocystostomy in children: a single-center experience.
PURPOSE To evaluate the safety and efficacy of transvesicoscopic ureteric reimplantation in children. PATIENTS AND METHODS Seventeen ureteric units in 11 patients underwent a transvesicoscopicExpand
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A therapeutic method for failed bladder augmentation in children: re‐augmentation
To investigate the causes leading to the deterioration of previously successful bladder augmentation and to evaluate the efficacy of re‐augmentation.
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Nonsurgical diagnosis and management of an inflammatory pseudotumor of the spleen in a child
Primary splenic tumors in children are rare and usually benign. We report the case of a 7‐year‐old boy with a splenic mass that initially resembled an infectious process. Histopathologic examinationExpand
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Congenital epulis of the tongue: A case report and review of the literature
We report a case on a neonate with congenital epulis rarely detected on the anterior ventral surface of the tongue.
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A short history of bladder exstrophy.
The first description of bladder exstrophy was noted on Assyrian tablets nearly 4000 years ago. Since then various papers has been published with an increasing rate. According to the availableExpand
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Congenital lobar emphysema —A report of 5 cases
Five infants with congenital lobar emphysema whose main symptoms included dyspnea, cyanosis and recurrent respiratory infections, are presented herein. The most reliable diagnostic tool was plainExpand
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The history of surgery in disorders of sexual development.
Disorders of sexual development (DSD) have been documented throughout human history with fascination. Healers of all cultures have struggled to explain, and later correct with surgery, the physicalExpand