Alexander R. Riccio

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BACKGROUND X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) is the most common inherited form of renal phosphate wasting and inherited rickets. Patients have hyperplasia of fibrochondrocytes in tendons and ligaments, causing the structures to thicken and calcify. Thickening of the lamina, hypertrophy of facet joints, and calcification of spinal ligaments are sequelae of(More)
A 2½-year-old male child with a prior history of a left anatomic hemispherectomy to treat refractory epilepsy fell down two steps, striking his head on the ipsilateral side of the hemispherectomy. He presented with non-consolable crying and emesis. CT scan of the head demonstrated a left frontal epidural hematoma beneath the site of his prior craniectomy.(More)
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