S M Murphree

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Clinical observations of 11 new cases of tumoral calcinosis are reported. The condition is characterized by calcified masses of varying size in the region of major joints. Surgical excision is recommended in selected cases determined by the size of the lesion, the deformity present and functional complaints. In this series surgical excision was done in 6(More)
Two neonates with colon atresia and one with colon stenosis presented in Harare over a six month period. The first patient was treated with a local resection and primary anastomosis for a type II colon atresia. The second had an excision of obstructing septum, widening coloplasty and cecostomy for a type I colon atresia. The third patient had a(More)
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