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Twenty children (18 boys and 2 girls) with a proven or presumptive diagnosis of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G-6-PD) deficiency developed intravascular haemolysis following administration of antimalarials in 9, chloroquine and chloramphenicol in 1, chloroquine, chloramphenicol and aspirin in 1, chloramphenicol and aspirin in 3, and aspirin alone in 4.(More)
The present study was conducted to reveal the spectrum of accidental poisonings along with their outcome in Afghanistan. Two hundred and eighty nine cases of poisoning were seen over the 2 years. They accounted for 1.5% of total medical admissions to hospital. The incidence of poisoning was highest in patients below 5 years of age. It was due to(More)
Posterior sagittal anorectoplasty (PSARP) is preferred by most pediatric surgeon and intermediate types of anorectal anomalies (ARA) in infants. In this report, we describe two girls who presented in their late teens with ARA and were treated by PSARP. Prior to this report, only two adult females with congenital rectovaginal fistulae treated by PSARP have(More)
Skeletal dysplasias are disorders associated with a generalized abnormality in the skeleton. The Gollop-Wolfgang complex (GWC) is a limb deficiency disorder and an unusual limb malformation with highly variable manifestations. Here we report an interesting case of a 5-month old male baby from India with Gollop-Wolfgang Complex showing bifurcation of the(More)