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Abstract • A nontransfused 14-month-old female infant was investigated for persistent neutropenia of eight months' duration, with absolute neutrophil counts ranging from 410 to 935 cu mm. The patient's sera reacted with neutrophils from her own peripheral blood, from normal donors, and from her...
Abstract • In a preterm infant, serial cranial ultrasound examinations demonstrated the evolution of a porencephalic cyst after intracranial hemorrhage. (Am J Dis Child 1982;136:707-709)
Abstract • The problem of condyloma acuminata in prepubertal children seems to be more common today than in the past. Transmission of the etiologic virus may occur during delivery, from close family contact, or from sexual encounters. Thirty cases of condyloma acuminata in young children have...
Abstract • A case of prolonged fetal exposure to hyperbilirubinemia occurred in a mother with end-stage liver disease during the second and third trimester of pregnancy. At birth, the infant had elevated levels of both conjugated and unconjugated serum bilirubin that required multiple-exchange...
Abstract For the past 25 years, human growth hormone has been used successfully in the treatment of short stature due to growth hormone deficiency.1,2 Unlike certain other polypeptide hormones, such as insulin, adrenocorticotropin, and thyroid-stimulating hormone, growth hormone prepared from...
Abstract • A retrospective review (1970 through 1980) of 351 children with idiopathic nephrotic syndrome disclosed 24 episodes of peritonitis in 19 patients. Twenty-six percent of the patients had more than one episode. Streptococcus pneumoniae was the most common agent (50%), but Escherichia...
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Abstract Pyloric stenosis is a well-known, relatively frequent abnormality usually occurring in the first few weeks of life. Its occurrence in twins has been well documented.1-3 However, to our knowledge, this is the first report in monozygous triplets and only the second in triplets generally.4...
Abstract Hypercalciuria probably accounts for the majority of renal stones recovered from patients in the United States.1 Knowledge of the pathophysiologic mechanisms responsible for hypercalciuria has increased dramatically with advances in our understanding of the regulation of calcium and...
Abstract • We treated two patients with congenital cyanotic heart disease (CCHD) in whom associated hypertrophic osteoarthropathy (HOA) developed. Both were severely cyanotic and hypoxic for many years before HOA was fully manifested. Clinical and roentgenographic indications of bone and joint...
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