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Since the advent of improved realtime ultrasound (US) imaging and the availability of the needle biopsy attachment, US-guided percutaneous biopsy and the drainage procedure can be performed safely in the pediatric patient. The authors review their experience over 3 years using US-guided...
Febrile infants less than eight weeks old frequently are admitted and receive parenteral antibiotics for treatment of possible sepsis. The authors assess 52 infants less than eight weeks old with a rectal temperature of 38.1 °C or higher as having either a readily identifiable focus of infection...
This paper presents a report on a child with Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome. The clinical picture and laboratory findings are characteristic of this disease. The prevailing symptoms have included recurrent respiratory and alimentary tract infections, seborrhic dermatitis-type skin lesions, and...
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) remains the leading cause of death in children with type I diabetes mellitus. Complications occurring during DKA treatment include cerebral edema and neurologic collapse. Developmental outcomes following neurologic deterioration during DKA have varied from no sequelae...
The authors performed a retrospective analysis of neonatal superficial cultures and their effect on antimicrobial decision making during a nine-month period at Nashville General Hospital. They obtained and reviewed charts of infants (n=66) having paired superficial (skin and/or gastric aspirate)...
Toxic psychosis due to Chloroquine is a relatively uncommon occurrence in childhood. This entity must be kept in differential diagnosis in a case of unexplained psychosis, before resorting to a sophisticated array of detailed investigations. The purpose of this is to familiarize pediatricians...
Over a four-year period in a suburban pediatric practice, 38 infants aged six months or less were identified with failure to thrive (FTT) while breast-feeding. In seven cases (18.4%), an associated organic illness was diagnosed. Only 2 of 28 breast-fed neonates (8%) were found to have FTT...
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