Matthew Goldman

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Amphotericin B has long been the mainstay in the treatment of systemic fungal infections, but its nephrotoxicity limits the dosage that can be used. New lipid-based forms may allow higher dosing with less nephrotoxicity. Unfortunately, these new forms are substantially more expensive, and data from randomized clinical trials of their relative efficacy are(More)
Biliary diseases in children are infrequent; however, they can be associated with high morbidity and mortality if an accurate diagnosis is not made and adequate treatment provided in a timely fashion. Biliary atresia, choledochal cysts, gallbladder disease, and Alagille syndrome can be associated with similar clinical symptoms, laboratory findings, and(More)