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Acute sinusitis is a common childhood illness. If it is overlooked or undertreated, suppurative and intracranial complications may develop. Amoxicillin has traditionally been the antibiotic of choice for treatment of acute sinusitis. However, the efficacy of amoxicillin has been reduced because...
Hepatic dysfunction occurs commonly in children with sickle cell disease (SCD). Although the etiology is multifactorial, cholestasis is a prominent feature. Serum cholylglycine (CG) has been found to be a very sensitive indicator of cholestasis. Our objective was to determine whether CG levels...
Statural growth to age ≥20 years was studied in 10 boys with glomerulonephritis who received alternate-day prednisone (mean 1.2 mg/kg) for at least 2 consecutive years during pubertal age. Peak growth velocity was delayed after age 15 years in six patients and it was less than 7 cm/year in...
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