EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN CHILDREN

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The article is based on the memories of a great pediatric surgeon of the XX century, which are of historic interest for pediatric surgeons of today. Our colleague Ken Kimura who is an honorable professor of surgery of Iowa state have demonstrated his scientific view of the most discussed issue of effective treatment of duodenal atresia within the last decades. We collaborated with him to describe the operation, which is currently named after him, and added original pictures of surgery stages in the form of illustrations made at the time when the anastomosis was created.


About the authors

Ken Kimura

Honorary Professor of Surgery of Iowa University

Email: fake@neicon.ru

United States Почетный профессор хирургии Университета штата Айова, США

Y. A. Kozlov

Municipal Ivan-and-Matryona Children’s Clinical Hospital

Author for correspondence.
Email: yuriherz@hotmail.com

Russian Federation

Доктор медицинских наук, заведующий отделением хирургии новорожденных, Ивано-Матренинская детская клиническая больница, Иркутск

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