Children’s Mercy Hospital surgeon Shawn St. Peter is leading an international study to determine the risks and benefits of using antibiotics to treat nonperforated appendicitis in children, rather than removing the appendix.
Children’s Mercy Hospital surgeon Shawn St. Peter is leading an international study to determine the risks and benefits of using antibiotics to treat nonperforated appendicitis in children, rather than removing the appendix. Andy Marso TNS
Children’s Mercy Hospital surgeon Shawn St. Peter is leading an international study to determine the risks and benefits of using antibiotics to treat nonperforated appendicitis in children, rather than removing the appendix. Andy Marso TNS

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