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In the past few years, there appears to have been a change in the spectrum of disease caused by group A beta-haemolytic streptococcus (GABHS), and a toxic shock-like syndrome caused by this organism has recently been described in adults. We report four children with an acute illness characterised by rapid progression of shock, erythematous rash, multisystem(More)
A child is described with a previously unreported probable trisomy for a segment of the long arm of chromosome 17 responsible for some distinct clinical features. These include craniofacial and skin abnormalities, failure to thrive, partial malrotation of the gut, malabsorption, gastro-oesophageal reflux, neurodevelopmental delay, autonomic disturbance, and(More)
| The aim of this research was to determine the characteristics of refraction associated with Anterior Corneal Dystrophies (ACDs). Present retrospective, analytical study was performed between October 2012 and June 2013 on all cases seen from different cities of Punjab during ophthalmological consultation at the Layton Rahmatullah Benevolent trust hospital,(More)
Received 5 June 1992. Revised version accepted 9 September 1992. Abstract A child is described with a previously unreported probable trisomy for a segment of the long arm of chromosome 17 responsible for some distinct clinical features. These include craniofacial and skin abnormalities, failure to thrive, partial malrotation of the gut, malabsorption,(More)
BACKGROUND Cows' milk sensitive reflux oesophagitis is an emerging clinical entity in children, normally indistinguishable from primary gastro-oesophageal reflux (GOR) apart from the response to dietary antigen exclusion. It is conjectural whether a tendency towards mucosal eosinophilia distinguishes this group from primary GOR. AIMS To determine whether(More)
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