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Individuals with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) provide a test population for the theory that elevated testosterone levels alter prenatal brain development and increase the risk of learning disabilities. Eleven subjects with CAH, five of their non-CAH siblings and 16 matched control subjects participated in two studies. The first study documented hand… (More)
Review of 354 infants and children who had skull roentgenography for head trauma over a 21/2-year period revealed a low incidence of fractures (4.2%) and no serious intracranial complications. With the exception of one patient with an elevated surgically depressed skull fracture, treatment was not changed because of the detection of a fracture. Thus, in the… (More)
A detailed description of the course of pregnancy in a patient with von Gierke's disease is presented. Careful dietary control together with proper management of the hematologic complications of the disease led to a successful outcome.