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THE MORTALITY in Salmonella meningitis is high. In a large group reviewed by Henderson,1 in 1948, there was an 87.5% mortality. However, it was pointed out that the sulfonamides had favorably affected the course of the illness in that there were 10...
CONGENITAL hemorrhagic disease due to a lack of fibrinogen has been observed on a number of occasions. In the preceding paper, Prichard 1 has reviewed the published cases, and in this communication we report an additional case.
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SINCE 1941, we have had under observation at the New York Skin and Cancer Unit a dwarf who presented an eruption on the face resembling lupus erythematosus, in addition to a bullous eruption on the lips which was due to hypersensitivity to sunlight. The reason for this report is the fact...
TUMORS of the liver are exceedingly uncommon in infancy and childhood. When such tumors are found, they are most likely to represent a primary malignant growth. Cavernous hemangiomas of the liver in infancy and childhood, presenting as a primary hepatic tumor, are extremely rare....
THE COMPLETE congenital absence of fibrinogen is apparently one of the most unusual anomalies, since only 21 cases have been reported to date.* In this presentation the 22d patient is discussed and a brief review appended. Aside from their rarity, these patients present findings which...
SCHOENLEIN-HENOCH syndrome, or anaphylactoid or allergic purpura, is a symptom complex which consists of a combination of two or more of the following symptoms: purpura, joint pain and/or swelling, intestinal colic, and intestinal bleeding. Renal bleeding may occur. The platelet count is...
A REVIEW of the literature reveals a paucity of reports of urinary tract calculi in infants and children, except in autopsy series. Even in these, the incidence is quite low except in certain areas of the world outside the United States.
IN THE past decade, obstructive emphysema occurring in infants and children has gained recognition as a definite clinical entity and at times a surgical emergency. Although this condition had been described before, the first successful lobectomy for obstructive emphysema in infancy was...
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