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Four cases are presented in which hydrocephalus and extensive pigmented lesions of the body coexisted. A related developmental defect is suggested.
We describe 2 male patients in whom hepatosplenic gamma/delta T-cell lymphoma (HSTL) developed 6 and 10 years after renal transplantation. The onset was abrupt with systemic symptoms, cytopenia, and hepatosplenomegaly. The histologic examination of the spleen (case 1), liver, and bone marrow revealed sinusoidal infiltrates of markedly abnormal lymphocytes.… (More)
The neurodevelopmental sequelae in 33 low birth weight neonates with moderate or severe hemorrhage and ventriculomegaly (VM group) and in 39 neonates with mild hemorrhage only (non-VM group) were evaluated prospectively. Both groups were comparable in birth weight, gestational age, and socioeconomic status. Ventriculoperitoneal shunts were inserted in 23 of… (More)
Histocompatibility testing for stem cell and solid organ transplantation has become increasingly complex as newly discovered human leukocyte antigen (HLA) alleles are described. HLA typing assignments reported by laboratories are used by physicians and donor registries for matching donors and recipients. To communicate effectively, a common language for… (More)
Real-time sector sonography through the anterior fontanelle has proved useful in detecting extracerebral fluid collections when a water bath is utilized. With this technique, six patients had their extracerebral fluid collections visualized. The role of this procedure in following the course of these patients is discussed.
The presence of retinal hemorrhage in head-injured children under 3 years of age is believed to be pathognomonic of battering. When a group of battered children was compared to head-injured children due to other causes, the high incidence of retinal hemorrhage in the battered children was contrasted with the absence of retinal hemorrhage produced by other… (More)