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The updated second edition of 'Pediatric Surgery: A Comprehensive Textbook for Africa', co-edited by Professor Kokila Lakhoo, has recently been published.

The updated second edition of 'Pediatric Surgery: A Comprehensive Textbook for Africa', co-edited by Professor Kokila Lakhoo, has recently been published.

The second edition has been published by Springer Nature, and applies and contextualizes up-to-date information on pediatric surgery for low and middle-income countries (LMICs).

The book is an indispensable guide for postgraduate surgical trainees in Africa and other LMICs as well as general surgeons practicing in Africa and other LMICs, who need to care surgically for children.

'Pediatric Surgery: A Comprehensive Textbook for Africa' is available to order via the Springer website

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