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Fifty healthy newborn infants were studied in an attempt to test the accuracy of several recently reported shortened methods of gestational age determina tion. The Finnstrom method with seven external characteristics was more accurate than those that contained only five or less criteria. In the...
A series of developmentally-oriented safety surveys has been utilized in both private practice and clinic settings in an effort to systematize safety counseling in a practical and meaningful manner, and to provide data com paring the educational needs of various socioeconomic and ethnic groups....
Serous otitis media (SOM) is a common and troublesome disease in childhood. Although antihistamines are commonly prescribed to prevent or treat SOM, there have been no controlled clinical trials to determine the efficacy of such interventions. This study was designed to determine if...
A case of Reye syndrome in an infant associated with culture-proven Hemophilus influenzae type d infection and probable meningitis is presented. This represents the second such reported case and the first to be described in detail. The criteria for the clinical and chemical diagnosis of Reye...
We present our experience with children with febrile convulsions admitted to a large teaching hospital. Elective admission on a routine basis increases the tendency for unnecessary additional tests. Hospital admission should be reserved for children with severe multiple febrile seizures, or the...
Osteopathia striata, an autosomal dominant disorder, has been diagnosed in a 19-year-old mildly retarded woman. In addition, she has macrocephaly, a leonine facies, disfigurement of the lower jaw, a cleft palate and mixed hear ing loss. Roentgenograms of the skull and long bones show thickening...
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