Angelo Sartori

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Venous access represents the major barrier to the feasibility of prophylaxis and immune tolerance induction (ITI) in haemophilic children. Ports improve treatment feasibility, but their duration is limited by infectious complications. This study aimed at evaluating whether or not ports allow haemophilic children to maintain the treatment regimen in the long(More)
The renal tracts of thirty-four children aged between 6 months and 12 years, with vesico-ureteric reflux or obstructive hydronephrosis were examined by ultrasound (US) pre and post operatively, in an attempt to determine the validity of US as an alternative means of diagnostic imaging. The results show the technique to be both accurate and reproducible and(More)
Out of a series of 50 infants suffering from oesophageal atresia, muscular-skeletal anomalies were found in 17 of them (34%), and in 15 of these the vertebral column was abnormal (30%). 5 (10%) were affected by V.A.T.E.R. syndrome. The most frequent vertebral anomaly was characterised by isolated thoracic hypersegmentation, which was found to be regularly(More)
Acute appendicitis is the most common acute abdominal pain in childhood. Appendicitis is rare during the first two years of life and uncommon before the age of five years. The rarity, coupled with the preschool inability to cooperate in history and physical examination, explain why more than 90% of children under five years of age with appendicitis are(More)
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