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Ninety low socioeconomic adolescent females (aged 16-22 years, x 18.6 years) were screened for rubella immunity using a rubella IgG enzyme immunoassay. Data concerning past immuni zations (with documentation, if possible), prior rubella disease, and previous pregnancies were gathered through...
The urinary tract is a common site of infection in the hospitalized, institutionalized, or ambulatory patient population. Ideally, urine should be cultured immediately or refrigerated up to 24 hours for quantitative examination for microorganisms. In the evaluation of patients at their homes or...
Confusion still exists regarding the true incidence of ABO hemolytic disease and the significance of the various laboratory investigations commonly employed in its evaluation. With such imprecision in diagnosis, early hospital discharge of newborns can be a potential problem. To evaluate the...
Forty-six pediatric flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopies were done on 29 infants under 1 year of age, including a 2.3-kg 1-week-old infant girl, and 17 small children between 1 and 2 years of age with persistent unilobar or multilobar atelectasis and declining PaO 2 or rising PaCO 2 . Atelectasis...
The neurodevelopmental examination is a pediatric approach to developmental diagnosis that relies on evaluation of multiple streams of development. The value of the neurodevelopmental examination for the early diagnosis of cerebral palsy and mental retardation was studied by a retrospective...
The effects of hospitalization on ill children and their parents have been studied repeatedly, but effects on well siblings have received little attention. This investigation was designed to investigate sibling reactions when a brother or sister is hospitalized. The changes in feelings and...
The observation that Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) may progress to chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) has been well-documented among adult patients but reported only rarely in children. In this report, we describe a pediatric patient with atypical ALL, who...
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