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Redford-Badwal Deborah A - - 2011
ARTICLE TITLE AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Infant orthopedics has no effect on maxillary arch dimensions in the deciduous dentition of children with complete unilateral cleft lip and palate (Dutchcleft). Bongaarts CAM, van 't Hof MA, Prahl-Andersen B, Dirks IV, Kuijpers-Jagtman AM. Cleft Palate Craniofac J 2006;43:665-72. REVIEWER: Deborah A. Redford-Badwal, DDS, ...
Strobel-Schwarthoff Karin - - 2011
Abstract Objective: The use of individualized impression trays is required when taking impressions of the maxilla in infants with cleft lip and palate. Custom trays made of plastic such as polymethylmethacrylate as well as generic full arch infant metal trays have been used up to now. Given the increasing incidence ...
Andía Daniel - - 2011
OBJECTIVE: To examine the causal contribution of conization to premature delivery. METHODS: This was a retrospective, case-control, multicenter study of women who underwent conization in 5 hospitals in the Basque Country (Spain) from 1998 to 2007. Three study groups were established: group A, post-conization infant deliveries; control group B, pre-conization ...
Chandna P - - 2011
Clefts of the palate, alveolus and lip are some of the most frequently encountered anomalies of the face. This article presents a case report of a neonate with cleft lip and palate in whom a feeding obturator was delivered. This article demonstrates the indications, construction, and benefits of a palatal ...
Golden Janet - - 2011
This article examines American baby books from the late nineteenth through the twentieth century. Baby books are ephemeral publications—formatted with one or more printed pages for recording developmental, health, and social information about infants and often including personal observations, artifacts such as photographs or palm prints, medical and other prescriptive ...
Malloy Mary Esther - - 2011
A doula and expectant mother's view of birth is forever changed when she sees a midwife simply place a newly born child below her mother at the moment of birth. The pause that the mother experiences in this moment as she studies, touches, and claims her child prompts the author ...
Nam Ka Hyun - - 2010
This study examined the risk factors for preterm birth and the efficacy of prophylactic cerclage in patients who had undergone cervical conization due to cervical intraepithelial neoplasia before pregnancy. We reviewed the medical records of all patients who gave live singleton births between May 1996 and April 2009, after having ...
Crane J M G - - 2010
Objective:To determine whether further cervical length shortening by transvaginal ultrasonography in asymptomatic high-risk women with a short cervical length adds additional predictive value for spontaneous preterm birth and perinatal morbidity.Study Design:Women with a history of spontaneous preterm birth, loop electrosurgical excision procedure, cone biopsy or uterine anomaly, who were pregnant ...
Suleiman B M - - 2010
A prospective study to identify the determinants of mortality among 185 preterm babies at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin. Data on 185 preterm babies and their mothers were collected over a nine month period in a tertiary hospital to identify the determinants of mortality among these babies. Factors ...
McGuinness Jonathan G - - 2010
Balloon angioplasty for infant coarctation is associated with a high recurrence rate, making operative repair the gold standard for low-risk infants. Debate exists as to whether high-risk infants might be better served with primary angioplasty. We compared the outcome in high-risk versus low-risk infants over 20 years, in a center ...
Suksumek Nithipun - - 2010
Neonatal jaundice, especially breast feeding jaundice is the most common cause of neonatal re-admission within the first month of life. Good maternal support and closed follow-up of newborn infants can promote successful breast feeding without causing any complications. To determine the rate of significant weight loss and hypernatremia in infants ...
Kadlec Jakub - - 2010
The authors report a case of tumoral calcinosis (TC) in a six-month-old infant, which developed within the thoracotomy scar from previous aortic coarctation repair. After initial resection of the lesion, the child returned with a large mass of TC restricting movement of the left shoulder. Repeated total resection was successful ...
Takawira Farirai F - - 2010
The development of a pseudoaneurysm is a rare complication following repair of a coarctation of the aorta. Surgical management of pseudoaneurysms is associated with high morbidity and mortality. We describe the successful endovascular deployment of a covered stent in a sick infant with a descending aorta pseudoaneurysm, following the repair ...
Tan Zheng - - 2010
True thymic hyperplasia is a very rare entity. We present an instance of idiopathic true massive thymic hyperplasia in a 9-month-old girl with a very large left-sided mediastinal mass noted on diagnostic imaging. Percutaneous biopsy revealed normal thymic tissue. Steroids were administered with no response. Surgery may be required in ...
Rokes Christopher Alan - - 2010
Spinal glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is rare in children. New therapeutic options should be explored given the poor outcomes reported. We describe the case of an infant with spinal GBM whose condition worsened despite radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Immunohistochemical analysis of the tumor sample showed activation of the Raf-MEK-ERK pathway. Targeted pharmacologic ...
Bassareo Pier Paolo - - 2010
The accidental finding of a giant left ventricular rhabdomyoma in a female infant with no tuberous sclerosis is described herein. This is the first report of a huge cardiac rhabdomyoma occluding the left ventricular cavity, which was not associated with tuberous sclerosis. The clinical management of the baby and the ...
Mayordomo-Colunga Juan - - 2011
Primary hyperoxaluria type 1 is a rare disorder caused by a defect in the hepatic metabolism of glyoxylate. Cases presenting in infancy are very uncommon and often have a severe course leading to early end-stage renal failure. We treated a case of early presentation of primary hyperoxaluria type 1 and ...
Shrestha I - - 2010
Birth weight is an important determinant of infant's well being as low birth weight is known to increase the risk adult onset of diseases like type-2 diabetes and ischemic heart disease. Maternal weight gain is one of the most important independent predictors of infant birth weight. Institute of Medicine of ...
Martin George L - - 2010
Neonatal orchitis is an extremely rare disease, usually related to a congenital genitourinary anomaly. We present a 36 weeks' gestation infant who presented at 3 days old with a firm and enlarged right testicle. Testicular US revealed a heterogeneous right testicle with numerous cystic spaces as well as decreased testicular blood ...
Tengsupakul Supatida - - 2010
Life-threatening splenic rupture is rare in neonates with severe hemophilia. There are only 3 cases of splenic rupture in neonates with hemophilia reported in the literature. We present the case of an infant, born to a hemophilia A carrier mother. The infant was asymptomatic until discharge at 48 hours of ...
Matsumura Risa - - 2010
Retropharyngeal neuroblastoma is rare. We report a 3-month-old infant with retropharyngeal neuroblastoma presenting with airway compression, which had an unresectable localized tumor without N-myc amplification. He was promptly treated with chemotherapy, resulting in a dramatic resolution. Subsequently, he received no surgical intervention and is well without evidence of recurrence 10 ...
Cimador Marcello - - 2010
BACKGROUND: Management of ovarian cysts in infants is controversial; it can be conservative or surgical, and the management is determined by the cyst's size and sonographic features. METHODS: A surgical approach using a 10-mm umbilically placed operative laparoscope was taken in 3 female infants with antenatally diagnosed large, simple ovarian ...
Işik Uğur - - 2010
Subependymal giant cell astrocytomas are benign tumors that constitute one of the primary features of tuberous sclerosis. Two infants with tuberous sclerosis had very unusual subependymal giant cell astrocytomas, confirmed on biopsy in one of the infants. In both cases, contrast-enhanced cranial magnetic resonance imaging suggested a calcified intra-axial mass ...
Smiti S - - 2010
Fibromatosis colli or pseudotumor of infancy of the sternocleidomastoid muscle is a rare cause of a benign neck mass in neonates and infants. If diagnosed correctly, it can be managed conservatively, and unnecessary investigations can be avoided.
Moslemi Mohammad Kazem - - 2010
Torsion of an undescended testis is uncommon. Torsion of a cryptorchid testicle presents a nonspecific symptomatology. Clinical suspicion indicates emergent surgical exploration, irrespective of Doppler ultrasound with its inherent false negative results. Management of the contralateral testis is controversial. We emphasize the need of a complete physical examination of the ...
Lotfi Sara - - 2010
Cutaneous leiomyoma is a benign dermal tumor of smooth muscle. Leiomyoma can occur at any age but typically develops during adolescence or early adult life. Congenital leiomyoma is an extremely rare reported variant. A five-month-old boy presented to our clinic with a progressively enlarging mass on his occipital scalp. Microscopic ...
Garc?a-Mata Seraf?n - - 2010
A 4-month-old female infant was brought to our office by her parents, who had noticed a lump on the child's right elbow. Examination revealed a hard, painless lump in the antero-external region that was not reducible in flexion-extension or in pronation-supination. Neither palpation nor passive motion produced pain. Preoperative radiographs ...
Malm M-C - - 2011
A change in the pattern of movement of her unborn baby could be indicative that the baby might die. To study mothers' experiences during the time prior to receiving news that their baby has died. Interviews with 26 mothers. Premonition that something had happened to their baby, a sense based ...
Gentry Autumn - - 2011
Birth trauma can affect infants in adverse ways. The results of birth trauma can include feeding problems, bonding issues and emotional health. There are many ways that midwives and parents can prevent such trauma as well as help infants and children heal from birth trauma.
Lumbang Wilfred A - - 2010
Cutaneous mucormycosis is an uncommon disease and occurs mainly in immunocompromised patients. We report an immunocompetent infant who developed primary cutaneous mucormycosis at an intravenous line site secured with an arm board and elastic bandage. The isolate was identified as the zygomycete, Rhizopus sp. High mortality rates are reported with ...
Sabarinath V P - - 2010
To evaluate the changes in maxillary alveolar morphology in unilateral cleft lip palate infants treated with nasoalveolar molding (NAM). Study was carried out in the orthodontic department associated with a operating cleft unit in a rural region of central India. Ten UCLP (unilateral cleft lip palate) infants less than 6 ...
Hwang Chul - - 2009
Langerhans cell histiocytosis affecting only the vulva of a child is very rare. We report a 1-year-old female infant with isolated Langerhans cell histiocytosis presenting as pruritic papules confined to the vulva, confirmed by histopathology with immunohistochemical staining.
Han Sung Hyub - - 2009
Rhabomyomatous mesenchymal hamartoma (RMH) is a rare hamartomatous lesion in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. We report a case of solitary RMH occurring on the vagina of a newborn infant.
Ramachandra Mukunda - - 2009
Complete excision of a prostatic utricle through posterior sagittal rectum retracting approach is reported in an infant.
Pirgon Ozgur - - 2009
Neonatal genital prolapse usually occurs during the first few days of life and presents as a tumor mass protruding from the vulva. We present a 15-day-old female neonate who developed neonatal genital prolapse following the operation of sacral teratoma. We suggest that sacral teratoma operation may be a significant predisposing ...
Burch Phillip T - - 2009
OBJECTIVE: Previous reports of neonatal coarctation repair demonstrate a high rate of recurrent arch obstruction in small neonates. This study assesses the effect of patient size on reintervention and survival in neonates and infants undergoing repair of simple aortic coarctation. METHODS: From 1996 to 2006, 167 neonates and infants younger ...
Francis Edwin - - 2009
Management of native uncomplicated coarctation in neonates remains controversial with current evidence favoring surgery. The logistics of organizing surgical repair at short notice in sick infants with critical coarctation can be challenging. We reviewed data of 10 infants (mean age of 2.9 +/-1.6 weeks) who underwent catheter intervention for severe ...
Rheault Michelle N - - 2009
This study evaluates the long-term outcomes of infants with end stage renal disease (ESRD) who required initiation of chronic peritoneal dialysis (PD) prior to 28 days of age. Infants with ESRD present both ethical and technical challenges for pediatric nephrologists and neonatologists. Recent advances in the medical management of ESRD ...
Oster Matthew - - 2009
Cardiac fibromas are extremely rare in children and typically do not involve the right atrium. We report the case of an 8-week-old infant with a right atrial fibroma who presented acutely in profound shock. Echocardiography revealed a large mass occupying the right atrium and obstructing flow through the tricuspid valve, ...
Majid Yameen - - 2009
We report a case of double aortic arch in a 12-month-old male infant well delineated on 64 slice computed tomography scan. It formed a complete vascular ring around the trachea compressing it. The symptoms resolved after surgical division of the ring.
O'Hanlon Katherine P - - 2010
Gastric rupture with resulting tension pneumoperitoneum occurs rarely in infants. It may be associated with resuscitative efforts. This report presents a unique case of gastric rupture and illustrates the factors necessary for prompt recognition and treatment. The patient was a 16-week-old infant with nasal congestion whose father had attempted to ...
Steffensen Thora S - - 2009
Teratoma is the leading neoplasm diagnosed in neonates and infants. Although over 99% of teratomas found in the fetus and newborn are histologically benign, those tumors may cause death if vital structures are involved or if the airway is compromised. We review the literature on antenatal intrapericardial teratomas and report ...
Abosoudah Ibraheem - - 2008
Congenital mesoblastic nephroma (CMN) is a rare primary pediatric renal tumor occurring predominantly in infants. There is no known association between CMN and WT1 gene expression and the association of hemihypertrophy and CMN is not well known. We report an infant with isolated hemihypertrophy and WT1-positive CMN, and the results ...
Muramori,Katsumi
A 1-month-old infant presented with a case of calcifying chronic epididymitis. Differential diagnosis was made from a testicular torsion and neoplasm. Serial ultrasound examination revealed a calcified lesion adjacent to the normal testis, thereby avoiding an unnecessary orchiectomy. Infantile epididymitis has been thought to be rare; however, it is occasionally ...
Axt-Fliedner R - - 2009
PURPOSE: To report the course and outcome of a group of fetuses with prenatal suspicion of coarctation of the aorta. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Retrospective observational study in two tertiary fetal cardiology centers between 1993 - 2005. RESULTS: 96 fetuses of whom 52 infants were born alive were studied. Of the ...
Benson R E - - 2009
Congenital teratoma is a rare malformation, and few papers have been published about it. We present a large teratoma that arose from the hard palate in a neonate. The obstructive mass caused maternal polyhydramnios and was identified prenatally by ultrasonography. The mother went into labour at 35 week's gestation at ...
Hart Jonathan - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Primary upper abdominal teratomas are extremely rare tumours, most commonly arising in infants. The radiological literature relating to them is sparse. Surgical resection is difficult due to distortion of the vascular anatomy. OBJECTIVE: To reassess the value of preoperative imaging with specific reference to the presence/absence of typical features ...
Kaur M R - - 2008
Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG) is a benign, self-healing non-Langerhans cell histiocytosis of unknown aetiology, most commonly occurring in infants and children. JXG is characterized by solitary or multiple yellowish cutaneous nodules, the two common clinical variants being a small nodular form and large nodular form, which frequently coexist. Unusual morphological presentations ...
Thorsteinsson Adalbjörn - - 2008
We report a case of a large labetalol overdose in an eight-month-old infant that was being treated for hypertension following surgery for coarctation of the aorta. Labetalol, both alpha and beta adrenergic blocking agent was used for treating postoperative hypertension. By mistake, the patient was given an extremely high dose ...
Uygur Safak - - 2009
Neurothekeomas are benign tumours of nerve sheath origin. Neurothekeomas present most commonly on the head and neck and upper extremities. These are usually small, slow growing tumours. Most patients with neurothekeoma are young women. We describe a 1-year-old infant with a large and extensive neurothekeoma in the upper extremity. We ...
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