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OVARIAN agenesis (congenital aplasia of the ovaries) usually is associated with short stature, multiple congenital abnormalities, sexual infantilism, and high urinary gonadotropins. Although shortness of stature may be present from early childhood, the diagnosis of ovarian agenesis has...
THE FIRST case of cystinosis was recorded by Abderhalden and Kaufmann in 1903.1 No other cases were reported until 1924, when Lignac reported two, and in 1925, when he added another.2 Some writers refer to the condition as Lignac's disease. Ten years later, in 1935, Benoit's case was...
IN VIEW of their widespread use in the therapy of allergic and associated disease, it seems wise to review the hazards of acute intoxication due to diphenhydramine (Benadryl) and tripelennamine (Pyribenzamine). The consumption of these agents has become enormous1; the associated hazards...
INTUSSUSCEPTION is generally considered to be a condition of infancy and early childhood and is usually of the idiopathic type. Intussusception in older children and adults is less common and a causative factor such as a tumor, Meckel's diverticulum, or a foreign body can usually be...
PERIARTERITIS nodosa has no typical course. It resembles various other diseases and is seldom proved during life. It is therefore an alternative to be considered in diagnosing many of the illnesses of childhood.1
Analyzing 42 cases of periarteritis nodosa in children (as found in...
EVERY physician who cares for children in private practice knows there are few complaints he has to listen to more frequently than those of recurrent "tummyaches." We all are—or at least should be—reluctant to shrug off such complaints as being due to emotional disturbances, or to call...
CHRONIC galactosemia, or galactose diabetes, is a disorder of carbohydrate metabolism in which there seems to be an inability of the liver to convert galactose into glycogen satisfactorily. The metabolic error may be a decreased conversion of galactose into glucose, most likely an...
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