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The clinical and pathological features of three cases of juvenile granulosa cell tumors occurring in infants were studied. Precocious pseudopuberty developed in two patients and acute abdominal symptoms related to the rupture of the tumor developed in one. Surgery was the only treatment in each case and no adjuvant therapy was delivered. No patient(More)
BACKGROUND Acute infection and inflammation of the nasolacrimal sac may complicate congenital obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct. Acute dacryocystitis is uncommon later and tuberculosis is exceptionally responsible for it. CASE REPORT A 4 1/2 year-old boy was admitted because he suffered from acute left dacryocystitis with fever and cervical adenitis.(More)
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