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Intraabdominal bowel dilatation, polyhydramnios, and gastric dilatation may help identify those neonates with a prenatal diagnosis of gastroschisis who are at higher risk for postnatal complications. ...
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Biochemical and structural studies have shown that the initiation of RNA polymerase II transcription proceeds in the following stages: assembly of the polymerase with general transcription factors and...
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Survival for infants with gastroschisis in developed countries has improved dramatically in recent decades with reported mortality rates of 4-7%. Conversely, mortality rates for gastroschisis in sub-S...
Background: The survival rate for gastroschisis has improvedto more than 90% in the developed countries, but increasedmortality, morbidity, consequent long hospitalisation andhigh costs are the rule i...
Gastroschisis is a developmental disorder involving the extrusion of fetal intestines through a defect in the abdominal wall. The mechanism is presumed to be a dual vascular/thrombotic pathogenesis, w...
To determine the influence of planned mode and planned timing of delivery on neonatal outcomes in infants with gastroschisis STUDY DESIGN: Data from the Canadian Pediatric Surgery Network cohort were ...
To compare the complication rates of lower extremity (LE) and upper extremity (UE) peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) in neonates with gastroschisis.