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Authors

  1. Authors

B. Chertin, MD, Senior Research Fellow.

U. Rolle, MD, Senior Research Fellow.

A. Farkas, MD, FAAP, Head of Department.

P. Puri, MS, FRCS, FRSC(Ed), FACS, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon and Director.

Abbreviation
SFU

Society for Fetal Urology.