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Journal of Pediatric Surgery

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IS THERE A NEED FOR A FORMAL GYNECOLOGY CURRICULUM IN A PEDIATRIC SURGERY TRAINING PROGRAM? A NEEDS ASSESSMENT

Fellows in Pediatric Surgery need to learn to manage a variety of gynecologic conditions. We completed a needs assessment of Pediatric...

SACROCOCCYGEAL TERATOMA WITH INTRASPINAL EXTENSION: A CASE SERIES AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Sacrococcygeal teratoma is the most common teratoma in neonates and arises from the coccyx. SCT with intraspinal invasion is extremely...

 
 
 

CONGENITAL HEPATIC HEMANGIOMAS: CLINICAL, HISTOLOGIC, AND GENETIC CORRELATION

The guide for monitoring and treatment of congenital hepatic hemangiomas will depend on the subtype and the postnatal clinical behavior....

SUBSPECIALIZATION IN PEDIATRIC SURGERY: RESULTS OF A SURVEY TO THE AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SURGICAL ASSOCIATION

Current practice patterns and opinions regarding subspecialization within pediatric surgery are not well known. We aimed to characterize...

 
 
 

MICRORNA EXPRESSION PROFILES IN THE ESOPHAGUS OF CHILDREN WITH CAUSTIC STENOSIS: A PATHWAY TOWARDS ESOPHAGEAL CANCER?

Eighty percent of caustic ingestions occur in children and esophageal neoplasms may develop as a late complication of such injury....

INSUFFLATION IN MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY: IS THERE ANY ADVANTAGE IN STAYING LOW?

Minimally invasive repair of esophageal atresia with tracheoesophageal fistula and congenital diaphragmatic hernia is feasible and...

 
 
 

TIMING OF THE DEFINITIVE PROCEDURE AND ILEOSTOMY CLOSURE FOR TOTAL COLONIC AGANGLIONOSIS HD: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

To establish the cogency of recommendations for the appropriate age for pull-through and ileostomy closure in Total Colonic Aganglionosis-Hirschsprung...

ANALYZING A FOLLOW-UP NEEDS ASSESSMENT: INCREASED USE OF INTERNET-BASED APSA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS BY PEDIATRIC SURGEONS

Needs assessment is a critical component of educational program design. Follow-up is important for improvement. Two electronic educational...

 
 
 

FAILURE TO THRIVE: THE SOCIOECONOMICS OF PEDIATRIC GASTROSTOMY COMPLICATIONS

One of the most common procedures in the pediatric population is the placement of a gastrostomy tube. There are significant medical,...

PEDIATRIC BLUNT CEREBROVASCULAR INJURIES: A NATIONAL TRAUMA DATABASE STUDY

The incidence of blunt cerebrovascular injuries in children is unknown. We aimed to determine the rate and consequences of BCVIs in...

 
 
 

CLINICAL UROLOGIC AND URODYNAMIC OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH ANORECTAL MALFORMATION AND ABSENT VAGINA AFTER VAGINAL REPLACEMENT

Anorectal malformations represent a complex spectrum of anorectal and genitourinary anomalies and a paucity of evidence is available...

LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF SEVERE SURGICAL NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS

We sought to describe long-term outcomes of infants with severe surgical necrotizing enterocolitis .

 
 
 

ACCURACY OF PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL IMAGING FOR MANAGEMENT OF CONGENITAL LUNG MALFORMATIONS

The purpose of this study was to compare the accuracy of prenatal and postnatal imaging modalities for evaluation and management of...

PROGRESSION TO COLECTOMY IN THE ERA OF BIOLOGICS: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE WITH PEDIATRIC ULCERATIVE COLITIS

Clinical outcomes in pediatric ulcerative colitis in the era of biologic agents are poorly defined. We aimed to describe risk factors...

 
 
 

ALTERED ANOCTAMIN-1 AND TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION IN CONGENITAL URETEROPELVIC JUNCTION OBSTRUCTION

Ureteropelvic junction obstruction is the most common cause of congenital hydronephrosis in children. The pathophysiology of UPJ obstruction...

THE 51ST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PEDIATRIC SURGEONS

This is the report of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Pediatric Surgeons held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada,...

 
 
 

STANDARDIZING CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA CARE IN CANADA: IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES

We sought to identify implementation barriers and opportunities to increase utilization of the Canadian Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia...

CONFERENCE PROCEEDING FROM THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PEDIATRIC SURGEONS: “CARING FOR INDIGENOUS CHILDREN: A CAPS PERSPECTIVE”

In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission called for health care institutions to address structural barriers that affect Indigenous...

 
 
 

THE FUTURE IS HERE! PEDIATRIC SURGERY AND THE MOVE TO THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CANADA'S COMPETENCE BY DESIGN

This interactive session was held at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Pediatric Surgeons in preparation for the...

MANAGEMENT OF THE NORMAL-APPEARING APPENDIX DURING LAPAROSCOPY FOR CLINICALLY SUSPECTED ACUTE APPENDICITIS IN THE PEDIATRIC POPULATION

The widespread use of laparoscopy has brought forth the question of how to manage a macroscopically normal-appearing appendix in cases...

 
 
 



New York State monitoring 700 people for coronavirus, while NYC is on "high...

New York State monitoring 700 people for coronavirus, while NYC is on "high alert" for possible outbreaks

It may not have any COVID-19 cases yet, but New York City, which is home to over 19 million people, is now on high alert for possible outbreaks of the new coronavirus. This... Read more ...

What To Do If You're Anxious About Coronavirus

What To Do If You're Anxious About Coronavirus

Here are some ways to cope if you feel weighed down by COVID-19 concerns. Read more ...

BREAKING: Solano County coronavirus patient wasn't tested for 11 days...

BREAKING: Solano County coronavirus patient wasn't tested for 11 days because California has virtually zero test kits. DOZENS of hospital workers exposed

We are now learning that the very scenario we warned about has come true. A woman in California, in Solano County, is now in critical condition after testing positive for the... Read more ...

WHO director says countries must 'act aggressively now to contain coronavirus'

WHO director says countries must 'act aggressively now to contain coronavirus'

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organisation, said today the virus outbreaks in Iran and Italy in recent days 'demonstrate what this virus... Read more ...

What experts say about Coronavirus: how contagious, how it spreads and how...

What experts say about Coronavirus: how contagious, how it spreads and how long it can live on a surface

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Taylor Swift's New Video For ‘The Man' Is Your 2020 MOOD

Taylor Swift's New Video For ‘The Man' Is Your 2020 MOOD

Taylor Swift tackles double standards and toxic masculinity in new music video for “The Man” To say that Taylor Swift has struggled with her media portrayal is an... Read more ...

Florida refuses to confirm whether any suspected coronavirus cases have been...

Florida refuses to confirm whether any suspected coronavirus cases have been tested in the state

Florida Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees declined to say whether anyone in the state had been suspected of infection with coronavirus but tested negative for the disease. Read more ...

The Antibiotic Potential of Cannabis

The Antibiotic Potential of Cannabis

An interdisciplinary team of McMaster researchers found that an antibacterial compound made by cannabis plants that may serve as a lead for new drug development. Read more ...

Nanomaterials may Help Detect Cancer Earlier

Nanomaterials may Help Detect Cancer Earlier

A team of scientists has created functional nanomaterials with hollow interiors that can be used to create highly sensitive biosensors for early cancer detection. These... Read more ...

SHOCK: Leaked documents reveal Wuhan coronavirus infections up to 52 times...

SHOCK: Leaked documents reveal Wuhan coronavirus infections up to 52 times HIGHER than official Chinese figures

If you were skeptical from the beginning that Chinese authorities were accurately reporting on the number of Wuhan coronavirus infections since the outbreak began in December... Read more ...