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Use of the Hib vaccine during the first 15 months after licensure was studied in a university-based preschool program. Questionnaires were sent to the parents of the 176 children, ages 29-82 months, enrolled; 115 questionnaires (65.3%) were returned. Fifty seven children (49.6%) had received the...
Lyme disease is now recognized as an infectious process capable of involving multiple organs including the cardiovascular system. We recently treated a boy whose complaints on admission related only to symptomatic heart block that was severe enough to require transvenous pacing. This boy was...
Two children, aged 6 and 8 years, were admitted to the hospital because of fever, pain, and tenderness over the muscular masses of the thigh and calf, respectively. The presumptive diagnosis of pyomyositis was confirmed by ultrasound studies. Antibiotic treatment was administered in both cases...
We studied the gammaglobulin levels (IgG) postnatally, serially, in 42 infants of very low birthweight (mean ± SD 971 ± 225 g) with gestational ages ranging from 23 to 31 weeks. Eighteen infants (42.8%) had IgG levels of less than 100 mg/dl by a mean postnatal age of 71.2 ±16 days. The lowest...
The "upside-down stomach" is a rare form of organo-axial neonatal volvulus, which occurs because of absent or attenuated anatomical anchors and abnormal motility of the stomach. It is considered a surgical emergency that requires immediate correction. We report a previously undescribed etiology...
The authors present the first case of lymphangiomyomatosis in a pediatric patient. Radiographic findings, biopsy, computerized tomography, and electron microscopy were useful in detailing the presentation of early onset of pulmonary lymphangiomyomatosis. The unusual presentation of this child...
The authors describe a boy with precocious puberty due to adrenal hyperplasia associated with rickets, hypocalcemia, hyperphosphatemia, elevated PTH and alkaline phosphatase levels, and concentrations of 25-OH-D and 1,25-(OH)2D at the upper limit or above normal range. Treatment with...
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