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Archives of Otolaryngology, Chicago

Archives of Otolaryngology, Chicago 6 and measured levels in vaccine a On the 13 of activity hospi¬ accompanied by y-globulin injection. years age full Wrist fourth and fifth after vaccination the mother noted talized children on bedrest and activity. days during and ankle movement was measured means of rectal from 101 F to 103 F C by specially ranging (38.3 temperatures watches. On the first two all of the to 39.4 The child had received designed days boys C). smallpox, diphtheria, were on two half of the without in and the last days, pa¬ pertussis, tetanus, and vaccine in the kept bed, polio past full others remained this tients were allowed while the notable reaction. and morphologically activity any Clinically difference to on bedrest. There was no significant case is identical the or throm- statistically postmeasles postinfectious in movements two wrist or ankle between the of followed corticosteroid bocytopenic purpura. Recovery groups are discussed with a view toward This call forth other simi¬ patients. Implications therapy. report, hopefully, may earlier ambulation for children. lar cases that fair evaluation of the true if hospitalized so a relation, to any, of vaccination with live measles thrombocytopenia Neonatal Manifestations of Hereditary Spherocytosis— virus be adduced. may http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Archives of Otolaryngology, Chicago

JAMA , Volume 199 (8) – Feb 20, 1967

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1967 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1967.03120080137046
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Abstract

6 and measured levels in vaccine a On the 13 of activity hospi¬ accompanied by y-globulin injection. years age full Wrist fourth and fifth after vaccination the mother noted talized children on bedrest and activity. days during and ankle movement was measured means of rectal from 101 F to 103 F C by specially ranging (38.3 temperatures watches. On the first two all of the to 39.4 The child had received designed days boys C). smallpox, diphtheria, were on two half of the without in and the last days, pa¬ pertussis, tetanus, and vaccine in the kept bed, polio past full others remained this tients were allowed while the notable reaction. and morphologically activity any Clinically difference to on bedrest. There was no significant case is identical the or throm- statistically postmeasles postinfectious in movements two wrist or ankle between the of followed corticosteroid bocytopenic purpura. Recovery groups are discussed with a view toward This call forth other simi¬ patients. Implications therapy. report, hopefully, may earlier ambulation for children. lar cases that fair evaluation of the true if hospitalized so a relation, to any, of vaccination with live measles thrombocytopenia Neonatal Manifestations of Hereditary Spherocytosis— virus be adduced. may

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 20, 1967

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