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The object of the study was to investigate the outcome in growth-retarded newborns who were diagnosed with fetal renal hyperechogenicity without anatomical abnormality during any stage of pregnancy. Depending on the fetal renal ultrasonography result, the cases were divided into two study groups. There was an intrauterine growth-retarded group with fetal(More)
The authors detected a case of neurofibromatosis type 1 complicated with preeclampsia and the syndrome of hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelets, which developed during pregnancy. When the cause of the patient's hypertension was investigated after birth, renal stenosis of the right artery was detected, which was then successfully treated with(More)
We present the results of 80 Pemberton procedures carried out between 1977 and 1990. The patient age at the time of operation ranged between 2 and 12 years, and follow-up was between 1 and 15 years. Before Pemberton's operation, conservative treatment, closed and open reduction, and derotation femoral osteotomy were used. Pemberton's operation was combined(More)
A severe thrombotic thrombocytopenic status, induced by heparin in a sixty-nine-year-old woman undergoing total hip joint arthroplasty, was treated by switching the anticoagulant therapy to coumarin, which induced skin necrosis. There appeared to be a possible causal relation between the severe immune reaction to heparin and the condition that predisposed(More)
Ramifying hyperechogenicities within the basal ganglia were observed in two neonates followed for prematurity. The investigations demonstrated an asymptomatic cytomegalo-virus infection in both. The literature was reviewed about this association. Incidence, etiology of hyperechoic lesions in the basal ganglia of neonates and neurodevelopmental outcome of(More)
Since the first description of the triple pelvic osteotomies papers reporting on the improvement of the operative technique were continuously published. This is explained by the more problematic details of the operation. Authors worked out to the technique of the polygonal triple pelvic osteotomy, published by Kotz, Dávid and Uyka, a new exposure that makes(More)
Authors report on the treatment of 20 chronic osteomyelitis patients in whom direct antibiotic therapy was performed using the preparation Péflacine. The infected area was exposed in every case, the bony focus was excised and the wound was drained. During the operation, as an induction 800 mg Péflacine in slow drop infusion was given. Oral preparation (2 x(More)