N R Panaro

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Intrapartum transmission of group A streptococcus has not been well documented. As the incidence of severe infections due to this organism has recently increased, it is important to assess if such transmission occurs. We observed two cases of severe neonatal infections due to group A streptococcus, one of which was fatal, that appeared to have been(More)
This concerns a patient with compression myelopathy following passive hyperextension of the cervical spine during a dental procedure. Although he had been asymptomatic prior to the procedure, subsequent cervical spinal imaging revealed advanced spondylosis and spinal stenosis. Spinal stenosis is often asymptomatic for a long time. However, when(More)
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