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Short Communication Pages 64-65
Abstract: The authors report on their experience of pediatric surgical practice in a COVID-19 epidemic situation in Yaounde. They underline the specificities of the African setting, particularly in Cameroon, and outline the adaptations that are indispensable to curb the progression of the current pandemic in their practice environment.
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Case Report Pages 62-63
Abstract: A male infant was born term at 39 + 4 weeks gestation and birth weight of 3.98 kg. His mother was a 33-year-old primigravid with no relevant past medical history. The conception was natural and gestational diabetes mellitus identified in pregnancy was diet controlled. The baby was delivered via spontaneous delivery, did not require resuscitation and Apgars of 9 and 10 were documented.
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