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Normative data for iliac bone histomorphometry in growing children.
Many insights into normal and pathologic bone development can only be gained by bone histomorphometry. However, the use of this technique in pediatrics has so far been hampered by the lack ofExpand
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Deficient Bone Formation in Idiopathic Juvenile Osteoporosis: A Histomorphometric Study of Cancellous Iliac Bone
Idiopathic juvenile osteoporosis (IJO), a rare cause of osteoporosis in children, is characterized by the occurrence of vertebral and metaphyseal fractures. Little is known about theExpand
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Effects of different techniques of endotracheal epinephrine administration in pediatric porcine hypoxic-hypercarbic cardiopulmonary arrest.
ObjectiveTo compare three endotracheal epinephrine instillation techniques in a pediatric porcine hypoxic-hypercarbic cardiopulmonary arrest model.DesignProspective, randomized, laboratory comparisonExpand
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Decreased erythrocyte Na+,K(+)-ATPase activity associated with cellular potassium loss in extremely low birth weight infants with nonoliguric hyperkalemia.
To determine whether a shift of potassium ions from the intracellular space to the extracellular space accounts, in part, for the hyperkalemia seen in extremely low birth weight infants, we examinedExpand
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The bone formation defect in idiopathic juvenile osteoporosis is surface-specific.
We have previously shown that idiopathic juvenile osteoporosis (IJO) is characterized by a decreased cancellous bone volume and a very low bone formation rate on cancellous surfaces. Whether IJOExpand
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Release of neutrophil chemotactic activity during immediate hypersensitivity reactions in humans.
Heat-stable, serum-derived chemotactic activity for neutrophils is shown in a human model of immunoglobulin E-mediated asthma. Twenty-six ragweed-sensitive subjects underwent bronchial provocationExpand
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C3 IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS
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A new familial defect of neutrophil movement.
Abstract An apparent inborn error of leukocyte movement has been identified in 2 kindreds. Clinically, the afflicted children had congenital ichthyosis and recurrent infections with TrichophytonExpand
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Immunoglobulin Subclasses in Normal Children
Summary: The range, mean, and normal bounds of serum IgG 1-4 subclass concentrations in children 0-16 years old are given. Levels increase with age, plateauing at different ages.Definition of theExpand
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Hereditary deficiency of the seventh component of complement.
Deficiency of the seventh component of complement has been found in the serum of a 42-yr-old Caucasian woman who has Raynaud's phenomenon, sclerodactyly, and telangiectasia. Partial deficiency wasExpand
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