Archives of Pediatric Surgery

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Case Report Pages 114-119

Triple Testis in Pediatric: The Story and Management

Authors: Ali Egab Joda

Abstract: The presence of more than two testicles is rare congenital anomaly and has different names in the literature like Polyorchidism, triochidism & supernumerary testis. The majority of cases were triorchidism with occasional bilateral duplication. The extra testis is classified into type A and type B according to its reproductive potential and connection to vas deferens.

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Research Article Pages 109-113

Experiences in The Care and Treatment of Children and Adolescents with Phimosis

Authors: Rodrigo Pinheiro de Abreu Miranda, Isis Maria Quezado Magalhães, Valdenize Tiziane, Heitor Moreno Junior and Rivadávio Fernandes Batista de Amorim

Abstract: Phimosis is the inability or difficulty to expose the glans by retracting the prepuce due to changes in the prepuce. It is the most commonly observed disorder in boys and accounts for a large number of visits in all levels of pediatric care. The objective of the present study is to report an experience of treating boys diagnosed with Phimosis in a pediatric surgery referral center. This was a retrospective observational study of pediatric patients referred with an initial diagnosis of Phimosis.

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Case Report Pages 104-108

Management of a Large Sublingual Dermoid Cyst

Authors: Le V, Byrne H, Kearns GJ and Ekanayake K

Abstract: A fifteen-year-old Irish male presented with a swelling in the floor of mouth and displacement of the tongue. Speech changes were noted on presentation. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan revealed a 7 × 4 × 3 cm mass in the submental and sublingual spaces. Fine needle aspiration suggested a dermoid cyst. We excised the cyst via an intraoral approach. Sublingual dermoid cysts are rare entities, and their management has been poorly described. Our case report illustrates the value of an intraoral surgical approach.

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Research Article Pages 100-103

Verrucous Venous Malformation and Overgrowth: About Two Cases

Authors: Velayos M, Estefanía-Fernández K, Sarmiento-Caldas MC, Moratilla-Lapeña L, Triana P, Díaz M, Rodriguez Laguna L, Martínez González V and López-Gutiérrez JC

Abstract: Verrucous venous malformations (VVM), previously known as verrucous hemangiomas, are rare congenital vascular anomalies that initially appear as flat blue-red lesions that progressively evolve into very characteristic wart and hyperkeratotic forms. They mainly affect the lower extremities and, unlike angiokeratoma, they extend into the deep dermis, subcutaneous tissue and even reach the fascia

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Case Report Pages 95-99

The Importance of Allis Maneuver in the Management of Traumatic Posterior Hip Dislocation in Children: A Report of Two Cases

Authors: Brice Ilharreborde, MD, Cindy Mallet, MD, Amir Hossein Mafi, MD, Sadegh Hasani, MD, Saeed Besharaty, MD and Mohammad Hossein Nabian, MD

Abstract: In this report, we have presented two pediatric cases of posterior traumatic hip dislocation with 5 and 6 years of age. The diagnoses were made based on the history of trauma, symptoms, and anteroposterior hip radiographs. The closed reduction in both cases was achieved with the Allis maneuver. There was no sign of joint widening in post-reduction radiographs. A 4-week Spica cast was used for immobilization and an immediate weight-bearing was advised after the cast removal. During the two-year follow-up period, the patients regained full recovery without any complications.

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Research Article Pages 87- 94

Push Endoscopic Button Gastrostomy in Childhood: Fewer Complications than Historical Surgical Techniques?

Authors: Aurora Mariani, Edouard Fortier, Jérémie Riou, Thomas Brigly, Guillaume Podevin and Françoise Schmitt

Abstract: There is no consensus when it comes to the best procedure or device used for gastrostomy creation in pediatrics. We compared the complications encountered with different gastrostomy techniques.

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Research Article Pages 80-86

Tubularized Incised Plate (TIP) Urethroplasty in Narrow V/S Wide Urethral Plate: A Comparative Study in a Developing Country Perspective

Authors: Adnan Walid, Md. Minhajuddin Sajid, Rajib Khastagir, Tanvir Kabir Chowdhury, Md. Khurshid Alam Sarwar, Md. Abdullah Al Farooq, Md. Sharif Imam and Mohammad Zonaid Chowdhury

Abstract: Tubularized incised plate (TIP) urethroplasty is the most commonly performed operation for distal and mid shaft hypospadias. There are controversies in the previous reports regarding the association between urethral plate width and complications in TIP repair. The aim of this study was to compare the impact of urethral plate width in TIP repair on the development of complications in the perspective of a developing country.

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