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“Bacterial Allergy” in Childhood Asthma and the Effect of Vaccine Treatment
Asthmatic children with presumptive isolated bacterial allergy were selected for a placebo controlled study of the effect of treatment with bacterial vaccines. Of more than 400 children studied only… Expand
Quantitative Bacteriological Examination of Urine in Children with Urinary Tract Infections
Quantitative bacteriological examinations have been carried out in 287 urine specimens from 74 girls and 44 boys with urinary tract infection (17 girls and 21 boys below the age of 3 years and 57… Expand
Generalized BCG Infection with Fatal Course in an Infant
A fatal case of generalized BCG infection following vaccination is reported. The patient, a girl BCG‐vaccinated at the age of six weeks, developed septic fever and leucocytosis at 5 1/2 months of age… Expand
A clinical and bacteriological examination of a series of cases of otitis as regards the significance of resistance determinations.
PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN AN INFANT; REPORT OF A CASE.
Bacteriological Findings and Resistance to Antibiotics in Chronic and Recurring Urinary Tract Infections in Childhood
- O. Gardborg
- Acta paediatrica. Supplementum
- 1 September 1959
these patients will eventually develop hydronephrosis and suffer from recurrent infection and changes in the biochemical balance. On the other hand some children do perfectly well with ureterocolic… Expand
Salmonella Enteritidis Infections in Infancy with Special Reference to a Small Nosocomial Epidemic
Salmonella infections in infancy and especially in the newborn often present a very serious clinical picture, in many cases entirely different from the one observed in older individuals. Salmonella… Expand
Generalized cytomegalic inclusion disease in a newborn infant.
Epilepsy in Children. A Clinical and Roentgenological Study
1. Of probable etiologic importance were following data: Seizures had occured in the families of 28.7 % of the 360 patients. 24% had a birthweight over 4000 gr. against 14% in the normal Norwegian… Expand