Roxanne Marcille

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Sixty-one pediatric and adolescent patients (age < or = 16 years) with sarcoidosis proved by biopsy specimen were identified during the period 1957 to 1976; 19 patients with elapsed time from diagnosis of 8 to 35 years (mean, 21 years) were reexamined in 1985. Age at onset of disease ranged from 4 to 16 years (mean, 12.5 years). Sex distribution was equal;(More)
Acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) is often induced by drug therapy and accounts for 1%–3% of adult cases of renal failure. A 13-year-old white female with cystic fibrosis developed two episodes of biopsy proven AIN following antibiotic use over a 5-year period. The first episode resolved with pulse steroid therapy and the second resolved without(More)
A patient with polysplenia syndrome, dextrocardia, left atrial isomerism, normal great vessel relationships, and no intracardiac shunts developed progressive cyanosis and clubbing. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (PAVMs) were diagnosed by angiography and confirmed by lung biopsy. Superior mesenteric arteriogram revealed hypoplasia of the intrahepatic(More)
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