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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: “Omphalocele,” “Giant Omphalocele: Jackson's Story.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Sebaceous Cysts.”
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Johns Hopkins Medicine: “Sebaceous Cyst,” “Umbilical Hernia.”
Mayo Clinic: “Piercings: How to prevent complications.”
Merck Manual: “Candidiasis (Yeast Infection).”
MyHealth.Alberta.ca: “Umbilical Granuloma: Care Instructions.”
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UCSF Department of Urology: “Urachal Abnormalities.”
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