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So sorry to hear about your trouble. It is no more likely for this next baby to have gastroschisis. It certainly ...
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What you describe sounds like gastroesophageal reflux disease....possibly complicated by esophagitis, a stricture, or...
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Answers follow your original questions.... What are the 3 pramary duties of a pedatric surgeon? -->Pediatric sur...
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This sounds like a brush with a dangerous condition called Malignant Hyperthermia. An older review article describe...
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So sorry to hear about your struggles. It is likely that the pyloroplasty contributes to both the dumping syndro...
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He may have what is called a "retractile testis" on the right side. Here, while the testis made it to the scrotum, t...
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Bowel distension in a fetus could mean any of several problems that all have a common origin: some kind of blockage....
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Epigastric hernias are defects in the midline fascia (the connective tissue of the abdominal wall) usually in the mid...
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Cysts form commonly on infant ovaries. Usually these are trivial, and resolve on their own without other treatment, ...
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Sorry to hear about your daughter’s troubles. It sounds like a reasonable strategy to remove the colon: it soun...
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