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Background/Purpose: The high mortality rate in congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) has been ascribed to pulmonary hypoplasia and persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN). One of the principal treatment strategies has been the use of hyperventilation to reverse ductal shunting,...
Serum alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) is elevated in 96.6% of infants and children with hepatoblastoma and hepatocarcinoma. Serum AFP was of normal level in only one case of immaturetype hepatoblastoma, and very low in only one case of fetal-type hepatoblastoma among 43 cases reviewed in 1986. Recently,...
Both pigmentation and otic defects of Waardenburg Syndrome and Hirschsprung's disease have a common origin in neural creast cells and were described in 1951 and 1887, respectively. The clinical manifestations of both in the same patient were described in 1981 in 12 infants so afflicted. The...
Background/Purpose: Hepatic fibrosis can progress in biliary atresia (BA) and is associated with capillarization of hepatic sinusoids. The significance of serum hyaluronic acid (HA) as a noninvasive indicator of histological sinusoidal endothelial cell (SEC) damage and hepatic fibrosis in BA, is...
The natural history of a rare parotid tumor, the sialoblastoma (embryoma) is reported. It is a blastematous neoplasm said to recapitulate the epithelial differentiation of a gland at various stages of development. The tumor grew in a period of 5 years (from shortly after birth until it was...
Background: The spontaneous mutant Danforth's short tail (Sd) mouse has been studied over the last 60 years from the morphological, embryological, and genetic point of view. The Sd mutation affects a gene essential to notochordal development, and the Sd mouse phenotype represents an analogue of...
Primary gastric volvulus in the neonatal period is extremely rare, with only 18 cases reported in the literature. The authors describe the case of a newborn with intrathoracic gastric volvulus and discuss its management.
To avoid a high-risk operation on a moribund neonate with a ruptured hepatic tumor, transumbilical embolization of the bleeding tumor was attempted in a 2-day-old neonate. A 3F microferret catheter was advanced through the right umbilical artery. After identifying the left hepatic artery feeding...
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