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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor

University of Minnesota


Medical Director, Renal Transplant

Rady Children


Doctor

Rady Children


Affiliations

Lifesharing

Advisory Boards Member


Education

M.D.


Web References(17 Total References)


The American Association of Immunologists

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Elizabeth Ingulli, University of Minnesota
Transplant immunology


St. Paul Pioneer Press | 05/21/2006 | Baby's illness demands family's strength

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Prune belly syndrome, according to Dr. Elizabeth Ingulli, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota who specializes in pediatric nephrology, a rare disorder that affects one in every 30,000 live births.Prune belly syndrome is a defect that left Lance without abdominal muscles and severe kidney problems, Ingulli explained.Despite that, Ingulli said, Lance has beaten the odds.The scars will fade, Dr. Ingulli said, but because of the prune belly syndrome, the disfigurement won't.


Advisory Boards

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Elizabeth Ingulli, M.D.


Team

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Dr. Elizabeth Ingulli
Medical Director, Renal Transplant


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Elizabeth Ingulli, M.D. (Best Docs)


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