Daniella Wilmot

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Air was used as the contrast medium for colonic studies in 282 patients with suspected intussusception. Intussusception was documented in 118 of these patients (42%), and reduction was achieved in 89 (75%) of those 118. Twenty-nine patients, in whom the intussusception could not be reduced with air, underwent surgery. Seven of these patients required(More)
Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis is a recently recognized disease characterized by remissions and exacerbations of multiple bone lesions which radiographically and pathologically have the appearance of hematogenous osteomyelitis. No consistent etiology can be identified, and antimicrobial agents seem to have no beneficial effect. A review of the(More)
The radiologic abnormalities seen in patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) include disturbances of growth, various types of joint destruction, abnormalities of bone density, periostitis, and soft tissue abnormalities. We review the English language literature, which deals with the radiologic abnormalities in general, and at specific sites. We(More)
We examined (1) the observer variability (both interobserver and intraobserver) in interpretation of abdominal radiographs of infants with suspected necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), (2) the interobserver variability for individual radiologic signs used to diagnose NEC, and (3) the influence of experience in determining the extent of observer variability.(More)
We applied a renal blood flow (RBF) quantification technique to pediatric data, which depends minimally on bolus shape, uses a conventional radiopharmaceutical 99mTc-DTPA, and generates a value for RBF as a percentage of cardiac output (RBF/CO). Mean RBF was 16.9% (+/- 4.8) for normal transplants, 13.1% (+/- 2.9) for transplants undergoing mild-to-moderate(More)
PURPOSE To assess the safety of a highly purified, plasma-derived factor VIII concentrate (Replenate) in routine clinical use. METHODS Following guidelines entitled safety assessment of marketed medicines (SAMM), safety data were collected in the UK on 194 patients who received an estimated 47.6 million IU of Replenate. This population included 47(More)
Discoid meniscus is a mechanical lesion described as having little inflammatory reaction. We describe a child with lateral discoid meniscus misdiagnosed as juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA). Synovitis responded to aspirin, but function gradually deteriorated with increasing flexion deformity until arthrotomy and meniscectomy. Histology showed intense(More)