Sondes Sahli

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AbsfructAnalog MOS circuits are becoming increasingly sophisticated in terms of checking and correcting themselves. Self-correcting, self-compensating, or self-calibrating techniques has been employed in analog-to-digital (AID) converters to eliminate errors caused by offset and low frequency noise and cancel the error effect. For real-time applications,(More)
Background The majority of intussusceptions, between 2 months and 2 years, are idiopathic. Indication of surgery in infants with recurrences is still matter for debate. The aim of our study was to review our experience to better define the management of recurrent intussusceptions. Material and methods A retrospective study was conducted involving all(More)
INTRODUCTION Circumcision, the most frequent operation in boys, is performed by various persons and is responsible for a considerable number of documented or non-documented complications. CASE REPORT The authors report a case of accidental traumatic amputation of the glans during ritual circumcision performed by a nurse on a 5-year-old boy. Reimplantation(More)
BACKGROUND Stump appendicitis is a delayed complication of appendectomy. It is rare and few cases reported in the paediatric literature. The authors report on another case in a child and focus on the diagnostic peculiarities of this entity. CASE A 9-year-old boy with previous history of open appendectomy was admitted for a right lower quadrant pain with(More)