Dr. Eugene D. Mcgahren M.D.
Surgeon (Pediatric) | Pediatric SurgeryUva Hospital W Hospital Drive Charlottesville VA, 22908
Dr. Eugene Mcgahren practices Pediatric Surgery in Charlottesville, VA. Dr. Mcgahren treats children who have an illness, injury, or disease that requires surgery. Some of the surgical problems seen by pediatric surgeons are often quite different from those commonly seen by adult or general surgeons. Dr. Mcgahrendiagnoses, treats, and manages childrens surgical needs such as abnormalities of the groin in childhood and, surgical repair of birth defects, surgical care of tumors, transplantation operations, and endoscopic procedures.
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS- Pediatric Surgery
- The role of peritoneal drainage for intestinal perforation in infants with and without necrotizing enterocolitis.
- Esophageal foreign bodies.
- Effects of carotid artery repair following neonatal extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
- Follow-up abdominal computed tomography after splenic trauma in children may not be necessary.
- Blocking of endogenous nitric oxide increases white blood cell accumulation in rat lung.
- Discharge outcomes of extremely low birth weight infants with spontaneous intestinal perforations.
- Arterial hypertension after surgical closure of omphalocele and gastroschisis.
- L-NAME-induced neutrophil accumulation in rat lung is not entirely because of interactions with L- and P-selectins or CD18.
- Permissive hypercapnia in the management of congenital diaphragmatic hernia: our institutional experience.
- Pediatric chest I: Developmental and physiologic conditions for the surgeon.
- Pediatric chest II: Benign tumors and cysts.
- Laparoscopically applied fibrin glue in experimental liver trauma.
- Excision of an intrapericardial immature teratoma in a 26-week premature neonate.
- Anesthetic techniques for pediatric thoracoscopy.
- Management of transected pancreas in children.
- Children's Hospital Med Center 1990
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