Lionel G Brown

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Four hundred seventy-one patients undergoing diagnostic ultrasonography were identified as having moderately decreased amniotic fluid or oligohydramnios, and 339 of these cases were reviewed. Ninety-two of the patients were excluded from further statistical analysis because their decreased fluid was attributed to rupture of the membranes only. Of the(More)
There are few reports of transplacental infection by Salmonella typhi. A case of a primagravida at 26 weeks' gestation with severe S typhi gastroenteritis, sepsis, and disseminated intravascular coagulation is presented. Shortly after institution of antibiotic therapy, she spontaneously aborted a previable infant. Amniotic fluid was turbid and subsequently(More)
Thirty-four cases of oligohydramnios in the second trimester were diagnosed by ultrasonography. Nine of these pregnancies were associated with fetal anomalies including Potter syndrome (three), atrioventricular dissociation (two), congenital absence of thyroid (one), and multiple anomalies (three). There were ten unexplained stillbirths, one demise due to(More)