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Papillary thyroid carcinoma in paediatric age
In children, differentiated thyroid carcinoma is a rare condition. Early diagnosis is not always easy, because of the lack of clinical symptoms, but it has a pivotal role in performing a correct therapeutic process. The ...
Minimally invasive treatment of urolithiasis in children: evaluation of the use of flexible ureterorenoscopy and laser lithotripsy
Urolithiasis is a multifactorial disease; in recent years, its incidence has gradually increased in pediatric age. Among the factors involved in urolithiasis pathophysiology, urinary tract anomalies and metabolic diseases ...
Complications of the “nuss procedure” in pectus excavatum
During the pediatric age range, one the most frequent deformities of the chest wall are Pectus Excavatum (PE). Currently the treatment of choice for PE is surgical intervention following the Nuss procedure. In this ...
Laparoscopic repair of paediatric indirect inguinal hernia: modified flip flap technique
In paediatric age, indirect inguinal hernia represents more than 95% of the hernial disease. It is a congenital type, in contrast with adulthood in which acquired forms are more frequently found (1). The laparoscopic ...