Acta Med. 2017, 60: 127-130

https://doi.org/10.14712/18059694.2018.6

Rare Abdominal Wall Malformation: Case Report of Umbilical Cord Hernia

Andro Glihaa, Andrija Cara, Stjepan Višnjića, Božidar Župančića, Karmen Kondzab, Ivan Petracica

aDepartment of pediatric surgery, Children’s Hospital Zagreb, Croatia
bDepartment of anesthesiology, reanimatology and intensive care, Children’s Hospital Zagreb, Croatia

Received March 7, 2017
Accepted August 6, 2017

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