Michail Soutis

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The Currarino syndrome is a rare hereditary condition. The major symptom is chronic constipation from early life, and, in more than 80% of the cases, this condition is diagnosed in the first decade. The authors describe an unusual case of a complete Currarino triad associated with Hirschsprung's disease in a 6-year-old girl, presenting persistent(More)
Pilomatricoma is characterised as a common, slowly growing benign cutaneous tumour that appears generally within the first decades of life. The clinical diagnosis is frequently missed, especially by the paediatrician unfamiliar with these tumours. We present the experience gained in three European tertiary care paediatric centres with the treatment of(More)
Pulmonary hydatidosis is more frequently encountered in children than in adults. Chemotherapy with oral administration of particular antihelminthic agents (mebendazole and albendazole) has proved to be effective. This treatment, however, may be associated with serious complications that require surgical management. The aim of this study was to define the(More)
Thymic cysts are rare embryonic remnants along the course of thymic migration in the neck or the anterior mediastinum which may result in cervical masses in children, often misdiagnosed. We present the experience gained by three European tertiary care medical centers in the treatment of thymic cysts as well as the current data on the embryology, clinical(More)
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