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As the processes of pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy advance, contractures about joints in the lower extremities progress until an unstable base of support secondary to equinovarus and weakened pelvic balance produced by hip flexion prohibit ambulation. Properly timed surgery and bracing...
A relatively common complication in preterm infants is intracranial hemor rhage, which is often followed by increased intracranial pressure and hydro cephalus. Shunt procedures must often be delayed because CSF protein and RBCs are increased. Since vomiting often precludes gastric feeding of...
Intussusception of the appendiceal stump is a rare complication of appendec tomy. A patient is described in detail and the eighteen previously reported instances are reviewed. Symptoms associated with this entity were abdominal pain (95%), vomiting (47%), blood per rectum (26%), and a palpable...
Our series of children with meningitis shows an increase in the frequency of isolation of Hemophilus influenzae type B. This increase is most marked among children between one and two months of age. Since H. influenzae was found in five of the seven children between thirty and sixty days of age,...
Forty-one children suspected of having tuberculosis were simultaneously given an intermediate strength Mantoux test, an old tuberculin tine test (OT), and a purified protein derivative (PPD) tine test. Each test was read at 48 hours, and the largest diameter of induration was recorded....
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