Christopher Ozimek

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Two hundred and eighty-five cases of TEF/EA occurring in North Carolina from 1952-1978 were reviewed. Except for a greater incidence of low-birth-weight infants and hydramnios during pregnancy, the cases appeared to be representative of the population. Clustering of cases over time was statistically confirmed. The cyclic variation suggested an association(More)
Empyema necessitatis is a rare complication of empyema characterized by a spontaneous extension of pus from the pleural space into adjacent soft tissues. It is uncommon in the pediatric population and is usually caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This report describes the youngest reported case of empyema necessitatis. The clinical examination and CT(More)
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