M M Chetham

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Grunting respirations are recognized as a sign of serious illness in infants and children, but have not been well studied beyond the newborn period. We present three illustrative cases and the results of a descriptive study which elucidates the causes of grunting in infants and children and suggests guidelines for assessing pediatric patients with this(More)
Infectious mononucleosis is a clinical manifestation of primary EBV infection in adolescents, characterized by a triad of clinical, laboratory, and serologic features. The classic signs and symptoms are not seen in every patient; rather, the presentations tend to fit into one of three clinical forms (pharyngeal, glandular, or febrile). Recognizing these(More)
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