Christopher Hallowell

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During a 7-year period ending June 30, 1980, the annual incidence of all Haemophilus influenzae type b disease among Navajo children less than 5 years old was 214 per 100,000, and that of H. influenzae meningitis was 152 per 100,000. Eighty-one percent of H. influenzae meningitis occurred in children 12 months of age or younger, and 64 percent clustered in(More)
Most previous cases of unilateral terminal transverse defects of the hand have not been familial. Several previously reported cases of apparent autosomal dominant inheritance of such defects have subsequently been reclassified as type B brachydactyly. We report a pair of adult twin women with unilateral terminal transverse defects affecting the left hand in(More)
Mucormycosis osteomyelitis has previously been described exclusively in association with contiguous infections of rhinocerebral mucormycosis. In a patient with corticosteroid-dependent neutropenia and anemia osteomyelitis of the femur developed caused by the Mucoraceae Rhizopus. Although a primary focus was not identified, we believe this infection was(More)
Seventy-eight Navajo infants (one to two months of age) were randomly assigned to one of two vaccination groups: one group (40 infants) was scheduled to receive three doses of diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus (DPT) vaccine and the other (38 infants) to receive DPT combined with Haemophilus influenzae type b polyribosyl-ribitol phosphate (DPT + PRP vaccine). In(More)
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