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Correlation between clinical features and degree of immunosuppression in HIV infected children.
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The correlation of CD4% with clinical status in 102 HIV infected antiretroviral naive children correlated significantly with the deterioration of the WHO clinical stages and increasing grades of protein energy malnutrition. Expand
A study of clinico-haematological profiles of pancytopenia in children
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The clinico-haematological profile of pancytopenia in children from the Departments of Pediatrics and Pathology, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, India, over a period of 30 months showed that aplastic anaemia was the most common cause followed by acute leukaemia and infections were the third most common causes. Expand
Meconium stained amniotic fluid: antenatal, intrapartum and neonatal attributes.
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Selective approach can be adopted for babies with MSAF reserving intratracheal suctioning at birth for depressed neonate or evidence of fetal distress in utero. Expand
Calf circumference as a predictor of low birth weight babies.
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To identify an inexpensive, reliable predictor of low birth weight capable of being utilized by untrained personnel, anthropometric measures were performed on 1600 newborns in Kanpur, India and found the highest sensitivity of detecting low-birth-weight infants was found for calf circumference. Expand
Storage Iron in Human Foetal Organs
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There was a significant positive correlation between the total storage iron content in the foetal organs and the birth weight and gestational age of the foetus, suggesting that the preterm infants had smaller iron stores at birth as compared to infants born at term. Expand
Anterior fontanel size.
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Anterior fontanel size was determined in a cross-sectional study of 445 infants ranging in age from newborn period to 2 years and decreased in neonates which decreased to 0.06 cm in 24 months age group. Expand
Abdominal tuberculosis with autoimmune hemolytic anemia
An eight-year-old male child presented with progressive distension of abdomen, fever, pallor and jaundice with a history of tubercular contact. Investigations were suggestive of abdominalExpand
A study of bone marrow failure syndrome in children.
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Aplastic anemia was more common in children from family with lower socioeconomic status; in Muslims; and where the father's occupation was weaving, dyeing and painting; however, the number was small to make statistically significant conclusions. Expand
Biochemical abnormalities in neonatal seizures.
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Inappropriate intrauterine growth, inadequate feeding, and feeding with cow's milk were the main risk factors for primary metabolic seizures, and primary metabolic disorders accounted for one-forth of the cases of neonatal seizures. Expand
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