Gabriella Mohay

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OBJECTIVES In the current prospective study our aim was to analyse the distribution of the factor V Leiden (G1691A) mutation in preterm and full-term neonates with grade I intraventricular haemorrhage and in control neonates. STUDY METHOD A group of 125 individually selected neonates with grade I intraventricular haemorrhage and 128 controls were(More)
Occipital encephalocele was associated with vesicoureteral reflux and agenesis of the os coccygeum in a small-for-gestational age newborn girl. The symptoms did not correspond to any of the syndromes with encephalocele. The present observation and data of the literature suggest that the significance of vesicoureteral reflux in syndrome diagnosis is(More)
Digital rectal examination is considered a non-evident diagnostic procedure in suspected appendicitis. It is rather unpleasant for children and there is a wide range of laboratory and imaging modalities available to contribute to the decision making in case a surgical intervention is necessary. In recent years digital rectal examination is not routinely(More)
Authors present a case of a 5-month-old infant, in whom following an uneventful perinatal adaptation, symptoms of recurrent respiratory infections, vomiting and growth failure developed. Based on chest X-ray, right-sided diaphragmatic hernia was suspected. However, barium swallow examination delineated the stomach above the right diaphragm. The case report(More)
Adrenal abscess is a rare disease in the neonatal period. The classical symptoms are abdominal mass, anaemia and prolonged jaundice which are associated with fever, vomiting and feeding difficulties. The authors present the histories of two mature, male newborns with adrenal hemorrhage, where the size of the masses increased progressively and finally(More)
19 children were diagnosed with abdominal cysts of different origin in the Surgical Unit of the Department of Pediatrics, Medical University of Pécs, Hungary between 2010 and 2013. The authors discuss the details of representative cases of a parovarial cyst, an intestinal duplication, and an omental cyst with emphasis on the clinical symptoms, diagnostic(More)
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