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Guido Currarino - bibliography

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Biography

Italian-American paediatric radiologist, born 1920, Levanto, Italy.

Bibliography

Guido Currarino has published 118 original papers, 76 of them as first author. He also contributed sections on the genito-urinary system in the following books: 1. Ney and Friedenberg. Lippincott Co. 1966.
2. Edelman. Little, Brown & Co. 1978.
3. Ney and Friedenberg. Lippincott Co. 1981.
4. Caffey's X-Ray Diagnosis, 8th edition. 1985.
5. Essential of Caffey's Pediatric Diagnosis 1990.
6. Caffey's X-Ray Diagnosis 1993.
  • G. Currarino, E. B. Neuhauser, G. C. Reyerbach, E. H. Sobel:
    Hypophosphatasia. American Journal of Roentgenology, 1957, 78: 39-419.
  • G. Currarino and F. N. Silverman:
    Premature obliteration of the sternal sutures and pigeon breast deformity.
    Radiology, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1958, 70: 532-540.
  • G. Currarino, R.C. Tierney, R.G. Giesel, C. Weihl:
    Familial idiopathic osteoarthropathy.
    The American Journal of Roentgenology, Radium Therapy and Nuclear Medicine, April 1961, 85: 633-644.
  • G. Currarino, H. H. Jackson:
    Calcification of the ductus arteriosus and ligamentum botalli.
    Radiology, 1970, 94: 139-142..
  • G. Currarino:
    Association of congenital small pelvic outlet with hypoplasia of bladder and urethra, and absent kidneys.
    American Journal of Roentgenology, June 1970, 109: 399-402.
  • G. Currarino:
    Normal variants and congenital anomalies in the region of the obelion.
    AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology, September 1976, 127 (3): 487-494.
  • G. Currarino, A. Weinberg, R. Putnam:
    Resorption of contrast material for the bladder during cystourethrography causing an excretory urogram. |
    Radiology, April 1977, 123: 149-150.
  • G. Currarino, D. Coln, T.P. Votteler:
    Triad of anorectal, sacral and presacral anomalies.
    AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology, Leesburg, Virginia, 1981, 137: 395-398.
  • G. Currarino, B. Williams:
    Causes of congenital unilateral pulmonary hypoplasia: A study of 33 cases.
    Pediatric Radiology, 1985, 15: 15-24.
  • G. Currarino:
    Large prostatic utricles and related structures, urogenital sinus and other forms of urethrovaginal confluence.
    Journal of Urology, 1986, 136: 1270-1279.
  • G. Currarino, J. C. Rutledge:
    Ovarian torsion and amputation resulting in partially calcified, pedunculated cystic mass.
    Pediatric Radiology, 1989, 19: 395-399.
  • G. Currarino, H. Nikolaidoh:
    Esophagal foreign bodies in children with vascular ring or aberrant right subclavian artery: coincidence or causation?
    Pediatric Radiology, 1991, 21: 406-408.
  • G. Currarino, A. Weinberg:
    From small pelvic outlet syndrome to sirenomelia.
    Pediatric Radiology, 1991, 11: 195-210.
  • G. Currarino:
    The various types of anorectal fistula in male imperforate anus.
    Pediatric Radiology, 1996, 26: 512-522.
  • G. Currarino, A. Lowichik:
    The Oddono's sulcus and its relation to the renal "junctional parenchymal defect" and the "interrenicular septum".
    Pediatric Radiology, 1997, 27: 6-10.
  • G. Currarino, E. Sheffield, D. Twickler:
    Congenital glenoid dysplasia. Pediatric Radiology, 1998, 28: 30-37.
  • G. Currarino:
    Double-layered manubrium sterni in young children with diastrophic dysplasia.
    Pediatric Radiology, 2000, 30: 404-409.
  • G. Currarino:
    Occipital osteodiastasis: presentation of four cases and review of the literature.
    Pediatric Radiology, 2000, 30: 823-829.
  • G. Currarino, J. A. Herring, C. E. Johnston II, J. B. Birch:
    An unusual form of congenital anterolateral tibial angulation - the delta tibia.
    Pediatric Radiology, 2003, 33: 346-353.

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