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We describe five members of a three generation family with lacrimo-auriculo-dento-digital (LADD) syndrome. The circumstances in which the diagnosis was reached and the details of the case reports underline the great variability of expression of this syndrome and show that caution should be taken in genetic counselling. Prenatal ultrasound should be offered… (More)
The optic nerve glioma is a relatively rare pathology in children and only a few cases have been described in infants. This paper reports the symptoms of this exceptional case in a 4-month-old child and reviews the differential diagnoses at this age. Finally, we discuss the diagnosis and therapeutic possibilities.
Two cases of documented osteoarticular infections caused by Kingella kingae in children are reported. The main bacteriological characteristics and antibiotic susceptibilities of these two isolates are described. The pathology of K. kingae, particularly in bones and joints, is reviewed.
Peritoneography is a simple radio-anatomic method to get informations about the depth and the orientation of the Douglas pouch in children in relation to fixed bony landmarks in the pelvis (upper part of the pubic bone-lowest sacral segment). Measurements were recorded on patients ranging from 15 days-old to 15 years-old. The older the patient, the deeper… (More)
ors and a mean kappa score of 0.82 on 3% of the cases was obtained. Data was analyzed for clinical associations and trends using SPSS v 23 and then compared to the previous study. Results: After 241 results were excluded, there were 3,502 SUDS exposures from January 2013 to August 2015. Table 1summarizes demographic, clinical, and outcome data from the… (More)
The urachus, derived partly from the allantoic canal, tethers the apex of the bladder to the umbilical ring. This vestigial structure, though constant in man, is formed by a whole series of embryologic mechanisms which are still controversial. Total or partial persistence of the lumen of the urachal canal, when sufficiently extensive, becomes manifested by… (More)
SUMMARY The discovery of a liver nodule during postcancer follow-up suggests malignancy recurrence. However, patients previously treated for pediatric cancers are at greater risk of developing benign hepatic tumors, raising the problems of getting an accurate noninvasive diagnosis. Here we report 3 cases of focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver in patients… (More)