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Paediatrics - Craniosynostosis: Mayo’s individualised approach
Craniosynostosis is a common congenital condition, occurring in 1 in 2,500 births. Most of these cases involve the fusion of a single skull suture. Complex or syndromic craniosynostosis involves the fusion of multiple sutures.
   
Paediatrics - On Collaboration
When collaboration comes to medicine, good medicine comes to patients. Collaboration between providers, institutions and other countries is important for quality medical care, particularly for the complex, chronically-ill children.
   
Paediatrics - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Case Study: Anorectal Malformation
This case study describes work at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center that demonstrates the multidisciplinary, collaborative effort to care for pediatric patients with anorectal malformations (ARM).
   
Paediatrics - Two-in-one stem cell transplant
Two-in-one stem cell transplant Innovative procedure pairs half-match stem cells with umbilical cord blood to treat young woman’s relapsed leukemia Daniela Lakosilova still remembers what John Cunningham, MD, promised her the first time they met.
   
Lebanon Report - AUBMC initiates preventive cardiology programme
The American University of Beirut Medical Center recently launched a new heart attack prevention initiative. Callan Emery spoke to Dr Wael Al Jaroudi, the Director of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, and Assistant Professor of Medicine...
   
Jordan Report - King Hussein Cancer Center undergoes expansion
Filled to capacity, the excellent King Hussein Cancer Center is undergoing expansion to accommodate demand for world class cancer care, not only from Jordan but from the entire Middle East region. Dr. Asem Mansour, the DG of King Hussein Cancer Center, writes...
 
   
  Paediatrics - Preventing rheumatic heart disease in children Craniosynostosis is a common congenital condition, occurring in 1 in 2,500 births. Most of these cases involve the fusion of a single skull suture. Complex or syndromic craniosynostosis involves the fusion of multiple sutures.
   

 Date of upload: 14th July 2014
                                  
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