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Parents of children with PKU completed behavior rating forms for their children three through seven years old. The 25 completed forms represented 79 percent of the families con tacted ; 16 of the children had PKU and 9 were siblings of children with PKU. Of the 16 children with PKU, 15 were on...
The incidence of acute rheumatic fever has declined remarkably in the past three decades, but the disease has not been eradicated, as some physicians believe. This study documents the diagnosis of the disease in 23 middle-class children from Fairfax County, Virginia, during the 11-year- period...
Nonoliguric renal failure was observed as a presenting complaint in a 14-year- old boy with a malignant lymphoma. The diagnosis was made by a renal biopsy, and the renal failure was treated successfully with peritoneal dialysis while the lymphoma was being treated with radiotherapy.
A controlled, double-blind investigation was undertaken to determine whether regional anesthesia by dorsal penile nerve block (DPNB) could effectively minimize the pain and behavioral disruptions usually associated with newborn circumcision. Fifteen infants had DPNB with lidocaine, eight control...
The Kearns-Sayre syndrome is a relatively uncommon condition which occurs in childhood and is characterized by neurologic dysfunction and abnormalities in atrioventricular (AV) conduction. The high mortality rate is directly attrib utable to the cardiovascular manifestations of this syndrome. We...
Ocular manifestations of sarcoidosis in children are the second most common occurrence after hilar adenopathy and pulmonary abnormalities. We present the case history of a 14-year-old black boy who presented with redness of the left eye, blurred vision, and decreased visual acuity. He was...
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