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  1. The majority of amebic infections among humans remain asymptomatic. Rarely, the disease takes a fulminant acute course due to the development of necrotizing amebic colitis. This complication is usually found i...

    Authors: Samantha Kiriwaththuduwa, Romola Gnanapragasam, Anjalie Amarasinghe, Yugantha Adikari, Shanika Ranasinghe, Rumala Morel, Chanuka Dharmaratne and Lakmalee Bandara

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:28

    Content type: Case Reports

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  2. The assessment of a child having hypospadias with chordee/ventral curvature (VC) and meatal position that appears to be proximal/mid-penile can be challenging with regard to the choice of chordee correction an...

    Authors: Vivek Parameswara Sarma

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:26

    Content type: Original Research

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  3. Testicular ectopia is defined as a testis which is located away from the normal pathway of testicular descent and outside its ipsilateral hemiscrotum. Controversies have been raised about considering the abdom...

    Authors: Rabea Ahmed Gadelkareem, Ahmed Abdelhamid Shahat, Ahmed Reda, Ahmed Mohamed Moeen, Mohamed Farouk Abdelhafez, Mahmoud Farouk Abughanima, Osama Mansour, Nasreldin Mohammed, Mahmoud Mohammed Osman, Ahmed Abdelaziz Elderwy and Hisham Mokhtar Hammouda

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:27

    Content type: Original Research

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  4. Umbilical hernia (UH) is one of the most common problems seen by paediatric surgeons. The recurrence rate after surgical repair is 1–2%. In this study, we examined the ring of umbilical hernia histologically t...

    Authors: Mohamed Saber Mostafa, Mohamed AbdElrahman, Mohammed Elsherbeny and Hesham El-Safoury

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:22

    Content type: Original Research

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  5. There is a lack of evidence on the surgical approach for children and adolescents undergoing cholecystectomy. Therefore, the aim of this systematic review is to compare the safety and efficacy of minimally inv...

    Authors: Daniel Steffens, Kathryn Wales, Clare Toms, David Yeo, Charbel Sandroussi and Ashish Jiwane

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:24

    Content type: Reviews

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  6. Hyperhidrosis is an excess sweat secretion. Various modalities of treatment exist for hyperhidrosis. Although medical treatment is the first line of treatment, its long-term outcome is not satisfactory. In thi...

    Authors: Mohamed Saber Mostafa, Mohammed Elsherbeny, Ahmed Abdelbarr and Sameh Abdelhay

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:21

    Content type: Original Research

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  7. Lymphatic sparing laparoscopic Palomo varicocelectomy is a safe and reliable technique for varicocele treatment in adolescents and children. The purpose of this study was to compare the outcomes of lymphatic s...

    Authors: Abdelaziz Yehya, Mohamed Abdalrazek, Ibrahim Gamaan, Ahmed Fathy and Wael El Batal

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:16

    Content type: Original Research

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  8. Neonatal gastro-intestinal perforation [NGIP] is one of the major problems in pediatric surgical practice. Although the outcomes of neonatal surgery have improved markedly over the past decade the mortality ra...

    Authors: Nezar Abd Elrouf Abo-Halawa, Mohamed Ahmed Negm and Mohamed Fathy

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:17

    Content type: Original Research

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  9. Urachal anomalies (UAs) are rare in children; the most encountered are urachal cysts, urachal sinus, and urachal diverticulum. Other associated anomalies have been reported to include renal and abdominal wall ...

    Authors: Mohamad K. Abou Chaar, Tamador Al-Shamaileh and Mohammad M. Saleem

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:19

    Content type: Case Reports

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  10. Spontaneous intestinal perforation (SIP) is usually an isolated perforation occurring most commonly in the terminal ileum of neonates with very low birth weight (VLBW) and extreme low birth weight (ELBW) of un...

    Authors: Ashraf H. M. Ibrahim, Hamad A. Hader, Hatem Alsherbiny, Mahmoud R. A. Hussein and Safwan A. Khan

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:20

    Content type: Case Reports

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  11. The perineal canal is a rare variety of anorectal malformations, identified by different nomenclatures like H fistula, double termination of the alimentary canal, and anovestibular fistula. Various approaches ...

    Authors: S. Manjiri, Jeevak Shetty, S. K. Padmalatha, Kush Luthra and Neehar Patil

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:15

    Content type: Original Research

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  12. Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) is the most common cause of ambiguous genitalia with an incidence of 1 in 15,000 live births. Surgical reconstruction for girls with CAH and urogenital sinus (UGS) is a gre...

    Authors: Ahmed Oshiba, Khaled Ashour, Ahmed Khairi, Sameh Shehata, Shaymaa ElSayed and Essam Elhalaby

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:13

    Content type: Original Research

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  13. Appendicitis is a common cause of acute abdomen in pediatrics. Although various criteria have been suggested in early diagnosis of appendicitis, these criteria are not as applicable for pediatric patients. Bec...

    Authors: Parisa Hajalioghli, Soroush Mostafavi and Mohammad Mirza-Aghazadeh-Attari

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:12

    Content type: Original Research

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  14. Amyand’s hernia (AH) is defined as protrusion of the vermiform appendix within the sac of the inguinal hernia and usually misdiagnosed as obstructed hernia. It is more common in pediatric patients but there ar...

    Authors: Hisham A. Almetaher, Mohammed A. Mansour and Mohamed A. Arafa

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:14

    Content type: Original Research

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  15. Morgagni hernia (MH) is a rare diaphragmatic hernia with nonspecific symptoms and variable presentation. MH is managed surgically via laparotomy or a thoracotomy. Recently, laparoscopy was described for the re...

    Authors: Osama A. Bawazir, Anies Mahomed, Amira Fayyad, Elham Bagaryn, Abdullah Bawazir and Rahaf Mandora

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:11

    Content type: Original Research

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  16. We sought to improve the care of pediatric patients with possible appendicitis by decreasing unnecessary CT scanning. In an early QI initiative, we systematically emphasized the superiority of Ultrasonography ...

    Authors: Sidney M. Johnson, Devin P. Puapong, Charles Peebles, Kelli Ishihara, Kenneth Bogenberger and Russell K. Woo

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:10

    Content type: Original Research

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  17. Recto-perineal fistula is a common anorectal anomaly, affecting both males and females. The anus is abnormally anteriorly located and is usually stenotic. Management of recto-perineal fistula is a dialectic pr...

    Authors: Moustafa Mohamed Mahmoud Bayoumi, Ayman Mostafa Allam and Amr Abdelhamid AbouZeid

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:7

    Content type: Original Research

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  18. Gastroschisis is onea of the major abdominal wall defects encountered commonly in pediatric surgery. Whereas complete reduction and abdominal closure is achieved easily sometimes, a daunting situation arises w...

    Authors: Philemon E. Okoro and Charles Ngaikedi

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:5

    Content type: Original Research

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  19. Although percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) is considered simple and effective, major complications have been reported because of the partly blind placement technique. Laparoscopic gastrostomy was descr...

    Authors: Hesham M. Sheir, Tamer A. Wafa, Abdelrahman Elshafey and Mohamed Elzohiri

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:6

    Content type: Original Research

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  20. Persistent cloaca or cloacal anomalies represent a special category of anorectal anomalies affecting the female sex with a reported incidence of about one in 25,000 live birth.

    Authors: Amr Abdelhamid AbouZeid, Ahmed Bassiouny Radwan, Mohamed Eldebeiky and Sameh Abdel Hay

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:3

    Content type: Original Research

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  21. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) has considered the gold standard for the treatment of symptomatic gallstones. The “marionette” technique is a surgical technique for performing a safe, two-incision laparoscop...

    Authors: Mohamed A. Shehata, Abdelmotaleb E. Ebeid and Ashraf A. El Attar

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:2

    Content type: Original Research

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  22. Lymphatic malformations are rare benign cystic tumors that result from localized disordered embryologic development of the lymphatic system and can develop anywhere in the body, predominantly in the head and n...

    Authors: Moaied A. Hassan, Hasan K. Gatea and Thura K. Ja’afar

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2020 16:1

    Content type: Original Research

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  23. Infantile hemangioma (IH) is the commonest vascular tumor affecting children that appears in the first 2 weeks of life and follows a proliferative phase that continues during the first year of life. After then...

    Authors: Ali Farooq Al-Mayoof, Ali Egab Joda and Osama Esmaeel Almushhadany

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2019 15:8

    Content type: Original Research

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  24. In hypospadias surgery, despite continued refinement of various surgical procedures, there is no completely satisfactory technique in terms of complications and cosmesis. In recent literature, urethral mobiliz...

    Authors: Naveed Haider, Imran Hashim, Muhammad Asif Iqbal, Arsalan Raza Wasti, Soban Hameed Chaudhary, Armaghan Ahmad and Muhammad Saleem

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2019 15:6

    Content type: Original Research

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  25. Evaluating blood ordering and subsequent development of a blood ordering schedule can decrease over-ordering of blood among pediatric surgical patients. The objective is to assess our practice of blood utiliza...

    Authors: Johann Paulo S. Guzman, Leandro L. Resurreccion III and Maria Beatriz P. Gepte

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2019 15:4

    Content type: Original Research

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  26. Most children have a successful outcome after a pull-through for Hirschsprung’s disease. Some may have persisting symptoms after the pull-through. They could be managed conservatively, need minor surgical proc...

    Authors: Mohammed Elsherbeny and Sameh Abdelhay

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2019 15:2

    Content type: Original Research

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  27. Circumcision is one of the commonest surgical procedures performed yet the most controversial worldwide. Although various reasons have been suggested in support of circumcision, the pain and stress that accomp...

    Authors: Olakayode O. Ogundoyin, Dare I. Olulana, Taiwo A. Lawal and Felix O. Kumolalo

    Citation: Annals of Pediatric Surgery 2019 15:1

    Content type: Original Research

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