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NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN THE PREMATURE INFANT.
A study of 21 cases of enterocolitis in newborn premature infants seen between 1954 and 1964 finds that usually weighing under 1,500 grams at birth, the babies showed a similar clinical pattern.
Chronic Urticaria in Children: Expanding the “Autoimmune Kaleidoscope”
The association of CU with a wide spectrum of clinical and laboratory autoimmune disorders in 2 children is described and the concept that CU is another manifestation of the “autoimmune kaleidoscope” is emphasized.
The burden and cost of ambulatory cases of rotavirus gastroenteritis in central Israel.
The results indicate that the economic impact of the ambulatory cases in Israel is quite significant and about 69.64% of this cost (179 euros) is due to parental work loss.
NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN PREMATURE INFANTS.
Neonatal focal hyperaeration of the lungs (Wilson-Mikity syndrome).
The purpose of this communication is to discuss the criteria for the x-ray diagnosis of neonatal focal hyperaeration and to demonstrate the sequence of roentgen findings.
Neonatal hypocalcemia--its causes and treatment.
A study on the relation between tetany in the newborn infant and hypoca...
Generalized congenital phlebectasia. Report of a case.
Generalized congenital phlebectasia is a slowly progressing lesion of the venous system of an extremity whose enlarged veins form large strands and tumorlike prominences, over which the skin frequently becomes atrophic.
Guillain-Barre syndrome following serological evidence of hepatitis A in a child
- J. Azuri, T. Lerman-Sagie, A. Mizrahi, Y. Bujanover
- Medicine, BiologyEuropean Journal of Pediatrics
- 4 March 1999
The preliminary results show that patients with dilated cardiomyopathy may benefit from GH treatment, but larger, controlled clinical trials of longer duration are needed to assess the long-term effects of GH, treatment modalities, dosage and patient selection.
NEONATAL TETANY SECONDARY TO MATERNAL HYPERPARATHYROIDISM.
Recognition of this relationship is most important, as it may result in the early diagnosis of hyperparathyroidism in the mother and prevention of involvement in future siblings.
Analysis of the interleukin-12/interferon-γ pathway in children with non-tuberculous mycobacterial cervical lymphadenitis
To characterize healthy children presenting with cervical lymphadenitis caused by NTM and to investigate their IL-12/IFN-γ pathway, it is still possible that patients might have a monogenic/mendelian disease for which the genetic defect(s) have yet to be elucidated.