Michael Reinberg

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DISSECTING sinus of Valsalva-left atrial fistula is a rare lesion. An extensive search of the literature from 1935 to 1958 has failed to reveal a similar case. There are many reports of rupture of a sinus of Valsalva into the right side of the heart. Three of these reports have been made by Chipts,' Fowler and Bevil,2 and Hirschboeck.3 Lillehei, Stanley,(More)
Pediatric patients represent a significant portion of patients in the emergency department, and they often present with nonspecific complaints (such as fussiness, decreased oral intake, crying, or fever), which can pose a diagnostic dilemma. One serious cause for these complaints that should be considered is a urinary tract infection. Approximately 7% of(More)
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