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A survey of unexpected death in children 1 to 5 years of age in a defined community over a 9-year period revealed three deaths, representing 4.5 deaths per million at risk per year. These cases were preceded by recognized prodromal symptoms, yet proper diagnosis did not occur and prompt therapy...
Many childhood and adolescent stress-related symptoms have a psychophysiological component that involves muscular tension and/or autonomic nervous system dysfunction. Examples of this include recurrent headache, chest pain, abdominal pain, syncope, and dizziness. After a careful medical and...
The presentation, clinical course, and long-term follow-up (3-22 years) of 39 children with dermatomyositis followed from 1962-1982 is presented. The medical course of these patients was complicated by respiratory diseases (20%), gastrointestinal diseases (24%), and calcinosis (30%). Patients...
A 13-month-old male presented with a hair wrapped around his uvula. The entwined hair subsequently caused autoamputation of the distal uvula. Although a non-accidental etiology has been suggested for some cases of hair strangulation of appendages, this case indicates accidental strangulation of...
Central nervous system (CNS) complications of hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) commonly consist of alterations in mental status, seizures, and rarely hemiparesis. 1,2 The authors report the clinical evolution of left hemiparesis and later choreo-athetoid movements in a patient who sustained a...
Photographs of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patients are frequently given to parents to promote bonding, but little attention has been paid to how families respond years later to viewing these special baby pictures. This study examines how 71 mothers of 3 to 7-year-old developmentally...
A 4.5-month-old female presented with stridor and acute respiratory distress. Chest radiographs showed hyperinflation of the left lung. Computed tomography of the chest demonstrated a small bronchogenic cyst not clearly identified by other methods.
Although Streptococcus pneumoniae is traditionally considered the preponderant bacterial pathogen in children with nephrotic syndrome, recent data suggest an increase of infections with encapsulated gram-negative organisms. We report two children with idiopathic nephrotic syndrome in relapse who...
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