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The echographic diagnosis is now wide-spread used in Pediatrics, including the prenatal period. Its use has some well-known advantages, as lack of invasiveness, reproducibility, informative value and the low cost. The author reviewed the up-to-date indications of the echographic methods in Pediatrics. The attention is focused on the biologic side-effects of… (More)
A mosaic 45,XY,-21/46,XY was found in a boy with G deletion syndrome I who showed microcephaly, downward, antimongoloid slanted eyes, micrognathism, large, low set ears, small penis and bilateral inguinoscrotal hernia.
The authors report on an infant of three weeks of age, suffering from mycotic septicaemia (Candida), in the course of which the syndrome of disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) occurred. The digestive expression of DIC was represented by numerous intestinal intramural haematomas, one of which was large enough to produce the clinical signs of… (More)