S C Nettelblad

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During the years 1965--1974, 125 cases of posterolateral diaphragmatic hernia have been operated at five departments of pediatric surgery in Sweden. The overall operative mortality was 50%. A follow-up investigation included 19 cases, where in 12 cases spirometry and in 11 cases studies of the mobility of the diaphragm were included. Physical examination(More)
Two cases of occult intestinal blood loss due to giant ileal diverticula are described. In one of them, ectopic gastric mucosa was found at microscopic dissection. In the other that was probably originating from a blind loop formation at a previous operation, multiple mucosal erosions, probably due to retained bowel contents, were considered responsible for(More)
ed from D. 0. Lewis, S. S. Shanok, and J. H. Pincus: A comparison of the neuropsychiatric status of female and male incarcerated delinquents: Some evidence of sex and race bias (JAm Acad<lb>Child Psychiatry 21:190, 1982). by guest on July 21, 2017<lb>Downloaded from 1982;70;601<lb>Pediatrics<lb>Dan Andersson, Ingemar Helin, Sven-Caspar Nettelblad and(More)
A 3 6/12-year-old previously healthy girl had intermittent attacks of abdominal pain following a blunt abdominal trauma. At admission to the hospital, she had jaundice and hepatomegaly. Results of laboratory tests indicated an obstructive pattern, and ultrasonography revealed an intraluminal mass in the distal common bile duct. At surgery, the mass was(More)