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Sweet’s syndrome should be considered in differential diagnosis of prolonged fever with cutaneous involvement. As most cases of pediatric Sweet’s syndrome are associated with other diseases we suggest careful screening and monitoring of these patients especially concerning...
One of the severe combined immunodeficiencies (SCIDs), which is caused by a genetic defect in the signal transduction pathways involved in T-cell activation, is the ZAP70 deficiency. Mutations in ZAP70 lead to both abnormal thymic development and defective T-cell receptor (TCR) signaling of...
Renal transplantation is the therapy of choice for children with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Ethnicity affects the transplant survival rates substantially, but there has been no European academic evaluation of the effects of immigration on the pediatric renal transplantation outcome. The aim...
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is defined as an injury of the external female genitalia for cultural or non-therapeutic reasons. FGM is mainly performed in sub-Saharan and Eastern Africa. The western health care systems are confronted with migrants from this cultural background. The aim is to...
Discoloration of the leg following vaccination is a relatively unknown entity. We carried out a study of discolored leg syndrome (DLS) during a 10-year consecutive period with the objective of characterizing DLS in infants following vaccination received in the Dutch National Vaccination Program...
Umbilical venous catheters allow rapid central access in neonates, but may be associated with various complications. We present a case of a newborn with pericardial effusion following umbilical venous catheterization. An extremely low birth weight infant was intubated for respiratory distress...
Current practice favors serotesting adolescents with a negative history of chickenpox rather than offering presumptive vaccination. Recent epidemiologic data from Greece indicate that a high proportion of adolescents (21.5%) are susceptible to chickenpox. We assessed the reliability of negative...
Here we report a 7-month-old girl with long-chain 3-hydroxyacyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenase (LCHAD) deficiency with hypoketotic hypoglycemia; the mother had a history of acute fatty liver in a previous pregnancy leading to fetal death at 34 weeks of gestation. The misense mutation 1528G > C was...
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