Kevin C Henderson

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Hydrometrocolpos was diagnosed in a neonate shortly after birth. A large collection of fluid was immediately removed from the distended vagina; hymenotomy was performed. The infant has remained well for more than a year following treatment. A simple technique for rapid diagnosis permits safe and appropriate management of this potentially serious disorder.
Congenital lobar emphysema is a rare disorder thay may present outside the newborn period. It is generally best treated surgically by excision of the affected lobe. We describe a 6 1/2-week-old infant in whom the initial auscultatory and roentgenographic findings were confusing and of no help in making the diagnosis. The etiology of congenital lobar(More)
Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) has revolutionized transcriptomics studies in the last decade. Transcriptome analysis experiments using NGS-based RNA-sequencing have several advantages over DNA microarray analysis. Novel unannotated transcripts and transcriptional start sites can be identified. Differential gene expression can be determined on novel and(More)
Reported is a case of a premature infant who developed a well documented hemolytic anemia which responded to vitamin E therapy. The infant developed the syndrome while receiving an artificial formula containing iron and vitamin E, plus iron supplementation. The infant had a feeding problem which may have complicated absorption of vitamin E. It is suggested(More)
A key factor to the successful treatment of HIV is good adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART). We developed a pharmacist-managed adherence clinic and designed a study to assess the impact of the adherence interventions by measuring the proportion of patients with 95% or greater adherence to ART before and after referral to the program. HIV providers(More)
A patient with partial duplication 2q and partial deficiency 11q is reported. The propositus was delivered at 30 weeks gestation, with a birth weight of 1,390 g. He had severe hyaline membrane disease, intraventricular hemorrhage, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, hypotonia, psychomotor retardation, hearing loss, and other anomalies including a short bitemporal(More)