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Acute lead encephalopathy has become a rare syndrome in the United States. Early recognition of the disease, with institution of specific chelation therapy, is critical in order to minimize mortality and morbidity. Lead intoxication, however, may mimic other more common diseases. We report an...
Assessment of placental pathology and its relationship to historical data, initial laboratory parameters, and outcome was undertaken in 22 cases of early-onset group B streptococcal sepsis of the neonate. Fourteen (64%) of the placentas demonstrated chorioamnionitis, six (27%) funisitis, and in...
A study of visiting patterns to an intensive care nursery over a 6-month period was undertaken. Data on visits were obtained from 167 admissions, 99 of which were from infants transferred from other towns. In addition, the parents were interviewed to determine factors precluding visiting. Inborn...
Medical records of babies born in a hospital-based birthing center were reviewed to determine whether a birthing center alternative to traditional hospital care of the newborn is safe and cost- effective. A cohort of 123 hospital-based birthing center low-risk deliveries was compared to 100...
Infections with Mycobacterium marinum are uncommon in children but should be considered by a physician confronted with chronic, poorly healing skin lesions. A case of such an infection in a 4-year-old child is presented. Presenting signs and symptoms, differential diagnosis, and treatment of...
Stimulant medications have been demonstrated to be useful in treating groups of children with attention deficit disorders, but placebo effects and situaticanal differences in behavior in individual cases need to be followed and assessed. A simple procedure for systematically assessing these...
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