The Authors hold that for the onset of the clinical manifestations of the Wilchie's syndrome the contemporary appearance of 2 causes is necessary: the first is an anatomical variance of the organs comprising that particular anatomical location and the second being a pathological alteration taking place in one or more of these set organs. Moreover they suggest appropriate surgical procedure art at removing both causes that produced the disease.
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 1981|
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