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Featuring: Indicators and outcomes of transfer to tertiary pediatric hospitals for patients with testicular torsion

      In May the Pediatric Urology Journal Club (PUJC) discussed indications and outcomes following transfer of pediatric patients with testicular torsion to tertiary centers [
      • Preece J.
      • Ching C.
      • Yackey K.
      • Jayanthi V.
      • McLeod D.
      • Alpert S.
      • et al.
      Indicators and outcomes of transfer to tertiary pediatric hospitals for patients with testicular torsion.
      ]. Authors Venkata Jayanthi (@nchurology), Seth Alpert (@salpert93), and Daniel DaJusta (@dandajusta) joined the discussion. Selected tweets are featured in parentheses according to the Supplementary Table.
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        • Ching C.
        • Yackey K.
        • Jayanthi V.
        • McLeod D.
        • Alpert S.
        • et al.
        Indicators and outcomes of transfer to tertiary pediatric hospitals for patients with testicular torsion.
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