Georgeta Diaconu

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UNLABELLED Celiac disease (CD) is an immune-mediated enteropathy triggered by the ingestion of gluten in genetically susceptible individuals and neurologic manifestations may be one of the presentations form. The aim of this study was to report the incidence of neurologic manifestations in children with CD. MATERIAL AND METHODS Between 2000-2010, 48(More)
The neurocutaneous syndromes are characterized by congenital dysplastic abnormalities involving the skin and nervous system. We included in the study 23 children diagnosed with different types of neurocutaneous syndrome (10 patients with tuberous sclerosis, 5 with Sturge-Weber syndrome and 8 with neurofibromatosis type 1 and epilepsy'. The factors studied(More)
Ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T) is a genetic disease, which mainly affects the skin and the central nervous system. Authors present 3 cases that presented for walking disorders starting at the age of 2 to 4 years old. All patients had a history of repeated broncho-pulmonary infections. In one case the syndrome was well defined, both clinically and(More)
UNLABELLED Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-shortening, autosomal-recessive disorder characterized by intestinal malabsorption, impaired growth and lung disease. Recurrent pulmonary infections in children with CF are often associated with nutritional deficiencies. AIM To emphasize the effects of recurrent pulmonary infections on nutritional status in(More)
The paper presents a case of entero-mesenteric venous infarct, occurred in a man of 34 years, discovered intraoperator, when to intervene surgically in emergency surgery for acute abdomen of peritonitic type. The etiology of this venous infarct was posttraumatic, the patient underwent an abdominal aggression with seven days prior to onset of symptoms. In(More)
Newborn screening represents an important preventive public health program. Over the time, there were debates about the criteria for inclusion of some diseases in newborn screening. Discussions on the expansion of newborn screening programs focus on three aspects: informed consent, costs and evidence. The authors present data on the criteria that must meet(More)
In the interval September 1993-April 1994, 38 catheters from children admitted to the Children's Hospital of Iaşi were examined microscopically and by semiquantitative culture, in the children with sepsis and/or positive catheters hemocultures being performed concurrently. Twenty eight of these catheters proved to be sterile, the other 10 being positive to(More)
Optic pathways gliomas have the maximal clinical expression in childhood around the age of 5, being the second tumor in neurofi bromatosis type 1 in frequency.Considering their location,it describes three types of optic pathways gliomas: type I retrobulbar gliomas, type II optic tracts gliomas and type III chiasmatic gliomas. Neuroimaging exams are(More)