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This report describes a family with bilateral non-opposable triphalangeal thumb, bringing to two the number of families with this autosomal dominant disorder.
The analysis of urinary proteins and their identification are discussed, particularly in regard to the technique of sodium dodecyl sulphate electrophoresis in polyacrylamide gradient gels. Urine… (More)
The Authors report their experience in ultrasound screening for congenital hip dislocation. Goal of this study is to recognize the best age for the screening.
The authors report the case of a fourteen months old girl who presented with emisomal, uropoietic and vertebral anomalies associated with neurologic handicap. These features can be considered… (More)
Originally described in 1955, papular acrodermatitis is considered a rare disease whose manifestations are mainly cutaneous. The disease is characteristically associated to a non icteric hepatitis… (More)
A seven years old boy presented with gross hematuria associated with clots and transitory renal insufficiency. The urinary sediment showed only monomorphic red blood cells. Subsequently urinary… (More)
The authors report a case of tibial-tarsal septic arthritis caused by a Group A Beta Haemolytic Streptococcus. The primitive pathologic process was an erysipelas with an unusual localization… (More)
The authors report their experience in a screening program for congenital hip dislocation. Goal of this study is to recognize the best technique for early diagnosis in this disease. The result show… (More)