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High Prevalence of Pulmonary Hypertension Complicates the Care of Infants with Omphalocele.Academic Article Why?
Is treatment futile for an extremely premature infant with giant omphalocele?Academic Article Why?
Omphalocele in three generations with autosomal dominant transmission.Academic Article Why?
Outcomes in omphalocele correlate with size of defect.Academic Article Why?
Pulmonary hypertension predicts mortality in infants with omphalocele.Academic Article Why?
Hernia, UmbilicalConcept Why?
Impact of Breast Milk, Respiratory Insufficiency, and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease on Enteral Feeding in Infants With Omphalocele.Academic Article Why?
Management of giant omphalocele in a premature low-birth-weight neonate utilizing a bedside sequential clamping technique without prosthesis.Academic Article Why?
St Peter, ShawnPerson Why?
Current management of umbilical abnormalities and related anomalies.Academic Article Why?
Evaluating the risk of peri-umbilical hernia after sutured or sutureless gastroschisis closure.Academic Article Why?
Review of the evidence on the closure of abdominal wall defects.Academic Article Why?
Umbilical access in laparoscopic surgery in infants less than 3 months: A single institution retrospective review.Academic Article Why?
Umbilical hernia repair increases the rate of functional gastrointestinal disorders in children.Academic Article Why?
Lim-Beutel, IrisPerson Why?
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