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Intestinal alkaline phosphatase to treat necrotizing enterocolitis.
This is the first work to demonstrate that removing the source of NEC improves intestinal damage and increases AP activity, and it is likely that IAP is best used preventatively to those neonates at risk. Expand
The significance of organ prolapse in gastroschisis.
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence and importance of organ prolapse (stomach, bladder, reproductive organs) in gastroschisis. METHODS This is a retrospective review ofExpand
Surgical correction of symmastia.
Magnetic Compression Stricturoplasty For Treatment of Refractory Esophageal Strictures in Children: Technique and Lessons Learned
Magnetic stricturoplasty was successful at establishing early patency of the esophagus in 2 patients with recalcitrant EA strictures, and early follow-up is promising. Expand
Negative pressure dressing assisted healing in pediatric burn patients.
Negative pressure dressings are a viable option for both partial and full thickness burns in pediatric patients that do not require transfer to a burn unit and may be advantageous in highly active children, those with extensive fluid losses, those that require sedation for dressing changes and those that will require grafting. Expand
Intestinal alkaline phosphatase deficiency leads to dysbiosis and bacterial translocation in the newborn intestine.
Deficiency of IAP in the newborn intestine is associated with dysbiosis and increased inflammation, permeability, and bacterial translocation. Expand
Prevention of Acute Hematoma After Face-Lifts
It is shown that the prophylactic use of medications such as analgesics, antihypertensives, antiemetics, and sedatives during the perioperative phase is superior to making drugs available to patients on request and can decrease the occurrence of acute hematoma in face-lift patients. Expand
Pediatric Granular Cell Tumor of the Breast: A Case Report and Review of the Literature
Although rare, granular cell tumors of the breast should be considered as a possible diagnosis for pediatric breast masses to allow for proper management and follow-up for patients, and have malignant potential necessitating a correct and timely diagnosis. Expand
The Evolution of Fetal Surgery
Fetal surgery is the newest surgical specialty with a compelling history and much research is being performed looking at possible new types of fetal interventions, such as fetal stem cell therapy and fetal gene therapy, which could change the face of modern medicine. Expand