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BACKGROUND Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG) is an uncommon, usually uncomplicated disease of childhood. Ocular involvement, however, can result in glaucoma and blindness if left untreated. The incidence of ocular complications and how best to screen for their occurrence is unknown. OBJECTIVE We attempted to ascertain management and referral practices among(More)
A retrospective study of the meteorological relations of eclampsia in Lagos, Nigeria supports other observations that the incidence of this disease varies significantly with the weather. Protective action by arid conditions is consistent with the known effect of dehydration on convulsions of differing aetiologies and is attributable to increased pulmonary(More)