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The children of immigrants are often referred to as second-generation youth. Although there is tremendous diversity among them, they often share the common experience of being bicultural by holding both heritage and mainstream cultural identities. Given that cultures generally promote similar expectations for youth (e.g., showing respect for parents),… (More)
A rapid and safe technique of donor nephrectomy using in-corpora perfusion is described. This technique has the advantages of minimizing the warm ischemic time, avoiding damage to the accessory renal arteries, as well as providing aortic cuffs for small pediatric donor renal arteries.
This report details the first published case of a urethral polyp presenting as a prolapse through the proximally displaced meatus of a child with hypospadias. Urethral obstruction, a symptom common to other reported urethral polyps, was absent. The congenital nature suggests a benign neoplastic process as the etiologic factor.