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Skeletal survey in an 8-year-old girl with primary hyperoxaluria and in chronic renal failure revealed wide translucent metaphyseal bands and defects at the ends of the long bones. Similar disordered bone growth was seen as rims of rarefaction around the large epiphyses, the patella and the tarsal bones. Bone density was generally increased. The translucent… (More)
A lipoma of the corpus callosum in an infant is evaluated by ultrasound and magnetic resonance. The appearances are correlated as a diffuse but continuous aspect of this midline anomaly.
Tacrolimus is a marketed immunosuppressant used in liver and kidney transplantation. It is subject to extensive metabolism by CYP3A4 and is a substrate for P-glycoprotein-mediated transport. A pharmacokinetic interaction with rifampin, an antituberculosis agent and potent inducer of CYP3A4 and P-glycoprotein, and tacrolimus was evaluated in six healthy male… (More)
The ascaris is a common human parasite and has a world wide distribution. In areas where it is endemic, biliary complications are common. In our locality it occurs mainly in children, presenting with upper abdominal colicky pain usually without jaundice. We have analyzed the positive roentgenological findings of 67 cases which presented in one year. The… (More)
Real-time ultrasonography was performed, utilising the patent anterior fontanelle, on 82 infants with viral or bacterial meningitis. One third of the cases had normal ultrasonic appearances. The other two thirds demonstrated abnormalities of the subdural space, parenchyma and ventricles. Ventricular dilatation was the commonest abnormality and was present… (More)
We report on two neonates who had esophageal atresia with a distal tracheo-esophageal fistula (type III) and a second fistula between the distal esophagus and an intralobular sequestrated lung segment. In both patients the bronchopulmonary foregut malformation became evident only when the entire esophagus was in continuity following primary repair and a… (More)
The clinical and radiological findings seen in three babies born with characteristic limb defects are presented. These defects are thought to be due to intrauterine amniotic constricting bands rather than an endogenous developmental defect in the foetus. The theory of formation of bands is discussed.
One hundred twenty-eight cases of chest injury were seen in a Paediatric Trauma Unit over a 5 1/2-year period. One hundred patients sustained motor vehicle accident (MVA)-related blunt chest injuries, 91 of them as pedestrians. Nine children had blunt chest injuries from falls, 10 had stab wounds (3 assault, 7 accidental), and 9 had gunshot injuries (6 from… (More)