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The effect of clitoral surgery on sexual outcome in individuals who have intersex conditions with ambiguous genitalia: a cross-sectional study
BACKGROUND The effects on sexual function of surgical removal of parts of the clitoris are unknown. For infants with intersex conditions and ambiguous genitalia being raised female, this surgery isExpand
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Separation of brachio-thoraco-omphalo-ischiopagus bipus conjoined twins.
Separation of 3-year-old brachio-thoraco-omphalo-ishiopagus bipus conjoined twin girls is reported. Detailed preoperative assessment and a multidisciplinary approach were essential prerequistes toExpand
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Medicolegal aspects of hypospadias
Hypospadias is the association of a ventral opening of the urethral meatus, chordee of the penis and a hooded foreskin, which is de®cient ventrally. Not every patient has all three associatedExpand
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The clinical application of the Malone antegrade colonic enema.
Continent, catheterizable enterostomies (Malone stomas) have been formed in 25 patients. A reversed appendicocecostomy was used for the majority, although experience has led to modifications of thisExpand
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The use of the Mitrofanoff principle in achieving clean intermittent catheterisation and urinary continence in children.
The Mitrofanoff principle has been used to achieve clean intermittent catheterisation (CIC) and urinary continence in 28 children. The mean age at operation was 10.1 years (range, 1 to 19 years). AExpand
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Risks and benefits of percutaneous biopsy and primary chemotherapy in advanced Wilms' tumour.
Between 1982 and 1988, 36 children with advanced Wilms' tumour underwent percutaneous trucut needle biopsy followed by chemotherapy before definitive surgery. Nephrectomy was performed after a medianExpand
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Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy in children.
The possibilities for treating children with renal stone disease by extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) and percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) have not been widely explored. We report tenExpand
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Injectable polydimethylsiloxane for treating incontinence in children with the exstrophy‐epispadias complex: long‐term results
In this section authors from the UK describe their experience with plastic injections for treating incontinence in children with the exstrophy‐epispadias complex, finding that in the long term theExpand
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Abnormal aorta and iliac arteries in children with urogenital abnormalities.
Retroiliac ureters have been found in association with a variety of urogenital abnormalities but the iliac artery usually retains a retroperitoneal position. We report 7 children with variousExpand
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Cloacal exstrophy: morbidity associated with abnormalities of the gastrointestinal tract and spine.
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE The aim of this study was to review the management of the gastrointestinal tract in cloacal exstrophy and to assess the effect of spinal dysraphism on nutritional outcome. Expand
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