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Examination of 276 smears and scrapings from the uterine cervix of women before delivery and during the puerperium revealed in 28.0% positive findings. Perinatal infection was confirmed by the presence of Chlamydia trachomatis in 35.5% neonates with conjunctivitis and 27.3% positive smears from the nasopharynx. The authors used the direct immunofluorescence(More)
61 newborn children with the transitory intracranial hypertension symptoms after the birth were followed. No correlation with the prenatal or natal risk factors was found in 23 cases. 49 babies were followed longtermly and the results were correlated partly with the risk factors partly with the duration of afterbirth CNS lesion symptoms.