Abstract: Objective: Cloacal anomalies comprising rare pathological conditions which are observed in female fetuses and must be diagnosed at an early stage of pregnancy.
Abstract: Retroperitoneal teratoma are rare lesions seen in 3.5-4% of all germ cell tumors in children and 1-11% of primary retroperitoneal neoplasms...
Abstract: Intussusception in patients with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is extremely rare considering...
Abstract: Spontaneous bone regeneration of the reconstructed mandible in children is rarely reported. Most of previous reports discussed the role of periosteum
Abstract: Efficient repair and regeneration of alveolar epithelium after acute lung injuries are critical for pulmonary maintenance.
Abstract: Background: A successful outcome in rhinoplasty should improve not only the aesthetic appearance of the nose but also the physiologic function of the nasal cavity.
Abstract: Purpose: Infections with Peptoniphilus harei are rare and no consens about treatment exists. Based on a case report, we report on our approach and make a review of the literature.
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Needs-based Assessment of Trauma Systems: A Survey of the Membership of the Western Trauma Association
Abstract Background: Widespread proliferation of Trauma Centers (TC) in many regions of the United States currently threatens several state trauma systems. Following a 2015 consensus conference, the American College of Surgeons