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Newborn surgery, second edition
  1. S Oddie
  1. Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2PU, UK;

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    Edited by P Puri. London: Arnold, 2003, £195, pp 976. ISBN 034076144X

    Neonatologists are not always directly involved in the intensive care of neonates as surgical patients. In my own case this has led to a slightly blinkered approach. I am very familiar with perinatal stabilisation of problems such as gastroschisis, with the intensive care of infants with diaphragmatic hernias, and with the referral of infants with less acute problems. However, perioperative management, particularly of uncomplicated cases, and the mysteries of operative techniques have been beyond my reach. A book, with neonatologists within its scope, ideally with strong emphasis …

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