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A girl who can voluntarily move the tragicus and antitragicus muscles like constrictors of the external auditory meatus is presented.
BACKGROUND A line of block in the right atrium (RA) between the venae cavae is necessary to obtain classic atrial flutter (AFL). We tested the hypothesis that the location of that line of block would… (More)
A very rare case of patent urachus associated with a completely patent omphalomesenteric duct is presented. Although the diagnosis of anomalies and infantile diseases of the umbilicus is not… (More)
A case of an umbilical polyp is presented along with its histology. The embryology and treatment of this very rare malformation of the omphalomesenteric duct also are discussed.
To clarify the etiology of the prepotentials (PPs) between the end of P wave and the onset of QRS complex (P'-R segment) in signal averaged electrocardiogram (SAECG), SAECG was recorded in 26 healthy… (More)
A case is reported in which a congenital metacarpal synostosis was corrected by splitting the synostosis and inserting an intermetacarpal costal cartilage graft. Costal cartilage does not tend to be… (More)
Peripherally inserted central venous catheters (PICCs) have allowed central venous access via peripheral veins for a long period. PICCs have become an indispensable tool in neonatal medicine. Despite… (More)
A method for making an apparatus for nonsurgical correction of cryptotia from a paper clip and the tube of a scalp vein puncture needle is described. These materials can be found in any clinic or… (More)
In the treatment of congenital hand and foot anomalies, careful planning is necessary. In some anomalies, early surgical treatment is recommended. We report an operation on a 7-day-old boy with ring… (More)