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Symptomatic xanthogranulomas are rare lesions that most commonly occur in adults. A case of giant bilateral xanthogranulomas in a 6-year-old boy, who remains without tumor recurrence 9 years after resection, is presented. The operative management of these unusually large lesions is discussed. The pathogenesis of xanthogranulomas is reviewed as it relates to(More)
This paper studies the determinants of credit to firms in Argentina. We find that the cost of credit in the margin (measured by authorized overdrafts) is smaller for firms with large assets, that offer collateral, with a good credit history and with close relationships to the marginal financial institution. Parallel to this, we find that the availability of(More)
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