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Lysine malabsorption syndrome: a new type of transport defect.
TLDR
Oral loading test of amino acids revealed an imparied absorption of lysine and normal absorption of arginine, ornithine, and cystine in the intestine, which indicates a specific defect in transport ofLysine inThe intestine as well as in the renal tubule.
Blood pressure and kidney size in term newborns with intrauterine growth restriction.
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IUGR seems not to have any influence on SBP, PRA or kidney weight among term newborns during their first month of life.
[Predictive value of the "Clinical Risk Index for Babies" for the risk of neonatal death].
TLDR
It was concluded that the CRIB score is a better predictive indicator for mortality than are birthweight and gestational age.
[Evolution of systemic arterial blood pressure during neonatal period in term newborns adequate for gestacional age].
TLDR
The authors observed an increase in arterial blood pressure mean values from the 1st to the 7th day of life and that there was no significant changes on the same measurements from the 2nd to the 4th week of life.
[Propionic acidemia in the neonatal period].
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A healthy male newborn who started with a picture of refusing to feed, lethargy and hypothermia at 49 hours of life developed a severe neurotoxicity state with metabolic acidosis, confirming the diagnosis of proprionic acidemia.
Predictive Value of CRIB (Clinical Risk Index for Babies) for the Mortality Risk of Very Low Birth Weight Newborns (VLBW) in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. 964
Predictive Value of CRIB (Clinical Risk Index for Babies) for the Mortality Risk of Very Low Birth Weight Newborns (VLBW) in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. 964