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The major immediate early regulatory region of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) has a complex set of DNA sites through which both cellular and viral factors coordinately regulate immediate early gene… (More)
A major determinant controlling reactivation of persistent viruses is likely to be the level of cellular factors which regulate virus transcription. Human cytomegalovirus (the largest human… (More)
A 1(1/2)-year-old girl with a urogenital sinus defect associated with an enlarged phalluslike clitoris is described. The child had an anteriorly located anus, a single kidney with grade III… (More)
A case of scaphoid megalourethra associated with the posterior urethral valves was seen in a 4-year-old male. The embryology of the anomaly and its management are discussed with a review of the… (More)
A case of congenital urethral fistula with an intact glanular urethra without chordee is reported with a discussion of the possible etiology and one-stage repair.
A neonate presented with extensive surgical emphysema of the abdominal wall and a spontaneous gastric perforation. This clinical presentation is very rare. Early diagnosis and treatment improve the… (More)
Perineal-mound (PMD) and genital-fold defects cause anorectal malformations (ARM) in both sexes. They are common in females and usually present as a low anomaly (except rectovestibular fistula). They… (More)
In two newborn boys an accessory rudimentary phallus and scrotal sacs were present on the surface of a midline perineal swelling. Both boys had an associated high anorectal anomaly (ARA), a small… (More)
An H-type rectourethal fistula was seen in a male child. The anus and anterior urethra were normal. The embryology and surgical management of this rare anomaly are discussed.