Pediatric Surgery

Adzick, N. Scott; Nance, Michael L.
June 2000
New England Journal of Medicine;06/01/2000, Vol. 342 Issue 22, p1651
Academic Journal
Focuses on six areas of pediatric surgery, both neonatal and minimally invasive, in which there has been substantial progress during 1990-2000. Congenital diaphragmatic hernia; Esophageal atresia; Hirschsprung's disease; Necrotizing enterocolitis; Imperforate anus; Congenital hyperinsulinism.


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