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hepatopulmonal hydatidosis

Advanced Form of Hepatopulmonary Hydatidosis in a Child - Case Report



Hepatic and pulmonary hydatidosis (hepatopulmonary hydatidosis) is very rare condition in children that occurs incidence to 11%.Eight year old girl with advanced HPH, was successfully treated in our institution, without complications. Coexisting a huge number of large hydatid cyst makes this case very unusual and interesting. 

02 Mar, 2015
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e-Published: 03 Jul, 2015


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