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July-September 2015| Vol 12| Issue 3
Radiographic signs of gastrointestinal perforation in children: A pictorial review
Olugbenga T Awolaran
Plain abdominal radiographs remain an important aid for clinicians in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal perforation, especially in neonates and very sick children where clinical features of peritoniti...
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Masterly inactivity in infantile haemangioma: Does it still hold relevance?
Nitin Sharma, Minu Bajpai, Ajay Verma, Shasanka Shekhar Panda, Amit K Singh
Background: Haemangiomas are a source of concern to the parents. It has long been advised to plan a conservative management and counsel the attendants in various literatures owing to the sponta...
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