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DURING roentgenoscopy of the esophagus in newborn infants, with use of iodized oil, we frequently observed the presence of the oil in the trachea and the bronchial tree. This finding in apparently normal infants could conceivably be confusing in the diagnosis of abnormalities of the...
NEUROFIBROMATOSIS, often called von Recklinghausen's disease, is a well known clinical syndrome. Many articles on the subject have appeared in the literature, the report given by von Recklinghausen in 1882 being the best known.
The disease is a generalized congenital symptom...
STATUS epilepticus coincident with the use of either corticotropin (pituitary adrenocorticotropic hormone, ACTH) or cortisone has been reported.1 The fatal case herein recorded, complete with postmortem examination, does not establish the cause of such untoward reactions to therapy, but...
PARAESOPHAGEAL hiatus hernia is a congenital defect that is usually found only in adults. Its incidence in general is fairly low, while in infants or the newborn it is extremely low. The paradox of finding an adult type of diaphragmatic hernia in a newborn infant is unique. We are...
In the August, 1952, issue of the Archives, page 238, the third sentence of the abstract of an article by Scarzella should read, "This treatment results in quick and often dramatic improvement, as shown by general cenesthesia...."
AMONG the constitutional disturbances of enchondral bone growth, one must distinguish between disturbances visible at birth (depending on impairment of cartilaginous growth, such as achondroplasia and dyschondroplasia) and the progressive disturbances appearing after birth, in which the...
THE INFREQUENCY of duodenal septa causing a partial obstruction in infants is undoubtedly a major factor in the tardiness or neglect in establishing its diagnosis. As this case well illustrates, when the symptoms are not particularly severe at birth and early infancy the diagnosis may...
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