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Kuehl K S - - 2000
Health outcomes are determined by case severity, physician decisions, and patient variables. In a population-based study between 1981 and 1989, 103 cases of infant coarctation of the aorta were diagnosed before one year of age. The goal of this study was to determine whether patient race, gender, income, and insurance ...
Graf J L - - 2000
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: The development of hydrops in a fetus with a sacroccocygeal teratoma (SCT) usually is a predictor of fetal demise; in utero resection may offer the only chance of survival. Although the authors had performed this procedure in 3 previous cases, they had no long-term patient survival. The authors report ...
Adelman R D - - 2000
Hypertension in the infant is uncommon and is usually associated with renal vascular or parenchymal disease, coarctation or thrombosis of the aorta, or chronic lung disease. A 3-month-old infant who presented with unexplained acute systemic hypertension was subsequently discovered to have an undiagnosed femoral fracture secondary to child abuse. Undiagnosed ...
Farmer D L - - 2000
Disorders of the urinary tract account for the majority of abdominal masses in infants. The most common causes of a flank mass in a neonate are a hydronephrotic kidney followed by a multicystic kidney. An increasing number of disorders resulting in hydronephrosis are diagnosed by prenatal ultrasound scan, and their ...
de Bustamante T D - - 2000
Patients with pericardial teratomas usually present shortly after birth with cardiorespiratory distress or in utero with hydrops fetalis. We report a case in which the tumor was diagnosed in utero using sonography during a routine obstetric examination. Sonograms showed a 3-cm echogenic mass compressing the right atrium. The lesion was ...
von Helden G - - 2000
Meteorites contain micrometer-sized graphite grains with embedded titanium carbide grains. Although isotopic analysis identifies asymptotic giant branch stars as the birth sites of these grains, there is no direct observational identification of these grains in astronomical sources. We report that infrared wavelength spectra of gas-phase titanium carbide nanocrystals derived in ...
Chien Y H - - 2000
Congenital intracranial teratoma is a rare disease. A fetus with a congenital intracranial teratoma presenting with a disproportionately enlarged head at 27 weeks gestation is presented. Prenatal ultrasonography and fetal magnetic resonance imaging demonstrate a huge, heterogenous intracranial mass in the left supratentorial region, with the left cerebral hemisphere being ...
Hoehn T - - 1999
We report the case of premature infant born at 32 weeks' gestation with a sacrococcygeal teratoma diagnosed in utero. During delivery by cesarean section, profound bleeding due to rupture of the teratoma occurred. Despite volume expansion with saline, albumin, and whole blood, a satisfactory peripheral perfusion of the infant was ...
Stapleton B L - - 1999
Extraction of an embedded supranumerary incisor tooth and surgical exposure of the crown of an impacted left mandibular canine tooth were performed in a 5 month-old Doberman Pinscher dog. Six months following surgery, the canine tooth was fully erupted and in normal occlusion. A review of tooth eruption in the ...
Kacker A - - 1999
Solid ectopic cervical thymus is an extremely uncommon etiology of a neck mass in an infant. It occurs in the line of descent of the thymus from the angle of the mandible to the superior mediastinum. Nine cases of ectopic cervical thymus in infants have been reported in the literature. ...
Balasubramaniam C - - 1999
Malignant tumours of jugular foramen are very rare in infants. To our knowledge there have been no earlier reports. The case of an infant who had a malignant schwannoma in the region of the jugular foramen is now reported. The difficulties of identifying a particular nerve as the origin of ...
Libow L F - - 1999
We describe an infant with a dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) who also had a choroid plexus papilloma. This report underscores the occurrence of DFSP in this age group and may support a neural pathogenesis of this tumor.
Sergi C - - 1999
Preterm infants and newborns with sacrococcygeal teratomas are at high risk for prenatal and perinatal complications. The prognosis depends on size and histology of the tumor, degree of prematurity, associated malformations, route of delivery, and prompt and complete surgical removal. Virtually any tissue can be present in a sacrococcygeal teratoma, ...
Uretzky I D - - 1998
Midface degloving allows excellent exposure for a variety of congenital and acquired pediatric facial masses. The petite facial skeleton of the infant and child, however, can limit the utility of this dissection, thereby necessitating external approaches and altered cosmesis. Endoscopic assistance can aid in safe and complete removal of these ...
Contencin P - - 1998
Primary malignant tumours of the trachea are extremely rare in infants. This report describes an 11-month-old boy suffering from severe dyspnea with a 5-month history of stridor and 'bronchitis'. A hard mass could be palpated below the right lobe of the thyroid gland. Roentgenograms and endoscopy showed an exophytic tumour ...
Mitchell C S - - 1997
A fusiform aneurysm involving the ascending aorta and aortic arch in an 8-month-old infant was imaged with magnetic resonance. Histologic studies of the excised aneurysm indicated Takayasu's arteritis. Takayasu's arteritis has rarely been reported in infants, and involvement of the ascending aorta and aortic arch is an unusual finding in ...
Daneman A - - 1997
This paper presents 12 infants (9 boys, 3 girls) in whom the diagnosis of a suprarenal mass (10 left, 2 bilateral) was made on antenatal sonography. All were otherwise healthy neonates who were born at term after a normal pregnancy, labor and delivery. The masses ranged from 1 to 3.5 ...
Apple S K - - 1997
BACKGROUND: Fibromatosis colli, a common cause of congenital muscular torticollis, should be differentiated from other neck masses in infants. Invasive diagnostic and therapeutic measures should be avoided. CASES: Three infants under the age of 2 months presented with neck masses--a clinical suspicion of malignancy, lymphadenopathy and teratoma. The cytologic findings ...
Kullendorff C M - - 1997
In two infants aged 5 days and 2 months paresis of the legs due to spinal cord compression by a dumbbell neuroblastoma suddenly appeared. Immediate surgical resection of only the paraspinal tumor mass was performed. Without any further treatment, prompt spontaneous regression of the intraspinal component occurred, and the paresis ...
Connolly B - - 1997
Anaplastic astrocytomas are intermediate in differentiation between astrocytoma and glioblastoma multiforme. Survival with anaplastic astrocytoma is favorably affected by extensive anaplasia, maximal resection and presentation in early life. We report a 2-month-old infant who had a tumor of astrocytic lineage with anaplastic features of necrosis, nuclear atypia and mitotic activity. ...
Brown D L - - 1997
The purpose of this study was to assess the predictive value and sensitivity of discrepant ventricular size for fetal aortic coarctation. Postnatal follow-up data were obtained in 42 fetuses in whom ventricular size discrepancy (left ventricle smaller than right ventricle) was recognized on an obstetrical sonogram. Additionally, from postnatal records, ...
Glazier D B - - 1996
We describe 2 infants who presented with autosomal dominant-like polycystic kidney disease. Evaluation revealed that both children had tuberous sclerosis, with resulting cystic kidney disease. This diagnosis should be suspected in infants who present with bilateral, large renal cysts, and no family history of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Wright N B - - 1996
The ultrasonic appearances of two infants with renal vein thrombosis (RVT) are described. One infant presented in the neonatal period and one antenatally. Consistent with previous reports, one or both kidneys were enlarged, with a generalised increase in echogenicity and vascular or perivascular streaking compatible with interlobular and arcuate vessel ...
Beghetti M - - 1996
Cardiac fibromas in infants and children may present as intramural or intracavitary masses. Total or partial resection as well as transplantation have been reported as treatment for symptomatic patients. We report an infant, diagnosed prenatally, who underwent partial excision of a massive obstructive right ventricular fibroma and creation of a ...
Gong M - - 1996
An infant with a left hydrocele and nonpalpable right testis had an antenatal ultrasonogram showing a left hydrocele and normal right testis. When left inguinal hydrocelectomy was performed, extravaginal torsion of the spermatic cord and a normal testis was discovered. The right spermatic cord ended in a testicular remnant. We ...
Richardson P H - - 1996
We report tumoral calcinosis, an uncommon disease of uncertain origin, in an infant-only the sixth instance of the disease reported in this age group. The radiologic features are typical as illustrated by three modalities. The clinical, radiologic and pathologic features are discussed along with comments concerning possible etiologies and management.
McMahon M J - - 1996
BACKGROUND: Teratomas of the head and neck are rare and occur almost exclusively in neonates. Prenatal diagnosis of these tumors allows for a carefully planned delivery that maintains an open airway and potentially improves perinatal outcome. We report the perinatal management of a huge intrapharyngeal and intra-oral teratoma that had ...
Ferguson H L - - 1996
Cardiac fibromas are rare lesions which occur more frequently in infants and children than in the adult population. These tumors are nonmalignant proliferations of connective tissue most often found in the left ventricular myocardium or septal myocardium. No cytogenetic studies of cardiac fibromas have been reported. We report a case ...
Tsai S Y - - 1996
A 3-month-old Chinese male infant with typical manifestations of Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome (BWS), such as macroglossia, hepatomegaly, umbilical hernia and hypoglycemia, presented with a large hepatic tumor. The tumor measured 7.6 x 8.0 x 7.5 cm. An open biopsy of the tumor revealed hepatoblastoma. The family refused chemotherapy, so only supportive ...
Marras T - - 1995
Nasopharyngeal teratoma is a rare benign entity, with most of the published literature represented by sporadic case reports. We present a recent case of a 23-year-old woman found to have elevated maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein and ultrasound findings of a fetal cystic mass in the mandibular region. The infant had a ...
Shipp T D - - 1995
Our objective was to determine the appearance, cause, and outcome of fetal face masses diagnosed antenatally by ultrasonography. Over a 6 year period, 10 consecutive fetuses with facial masses were identified. Ultrasonographic findings, neonatal pathologic findings, and outcome data were correlated. Four (40%) of the 10 fetuses died, including one ...
Mandel Denise R DR State University of New York at - - 1995
Among the earliest and most frequent words that infants hear are their names. Yet little is known about when infants begin to recognize their own names. Using a modified version of the head-turn preference procedure, we tested whether 4.5-month-olds preferred to listen to their own names over foils that were ...
Go J H - - 1995
Massive congenital intracranial teratoma (MCIT) is a very rare tumor and only one case has been reported in Korea. We report a case of MCIT discovered in a male infant of 25 weeks of gestational age. Prenatal ultrasound revealed a large heterogenous echoic mass which almost replaced the intracranial content. ...
Sherer D M - - 1995
Prenatal sonographic diagnosis of ureteroceles usually involves clearly duplicated urinary collecting systems associated with ectopic ureters draining the upper renal moieties. We present an unusual case in which an initial sonographic examination was consistent with bilateral orthotopic ureteroceles in association with bilateral single renal systems. The possibility of single systems ...
Azizkhan R G - - 1995
The management of cervicofacial teratomas in neonates is often complicated and may result in significant morbidity and death. A Childrens Cancer Group (CCG) retrospective study was conducted to evaluate a multiinstitutional experience with the treatment of these extremely rare neoplasms. Twenty neonates with cervicofacial teratomas, presenting from 1971 to 1994, ...
Robertson F M - - 1995
Sacrococcygeal teratoma identified in utero is associated with 50% fetal demise, which is caused by hyperdynamic cardiac failure, hemorrhage, and polyhydramnios-induced preterm labor. A premature infant (26 weeks' gestation) with prenatally diagnosed sacrococcygeal teratoma was managed successfully with initial devascularization to control the hyperdynamic state, followed by staged resection.
Kawakami K - - 1995
A male infant with benign hemangiopericytoma of the right atrium is reported. His chief complaint was acute respiratory distress secondary to bloody pericardial effusion. Although the entire mass could not be removed surgically, there was no recurrence of cardiac tamponade or growth of the residual mass during a follow-up period ...
Cowling M G - - 1995
We report a case of a chest wall lipoblastoma first presenting in a 6-month-old infant. Clinical presentation was with a posterior chest wall mass. Chest X-ray showed expansion of the posterior ribs on the left, a feature not previously described in this condition. CT scanning delineated a mass of predominantly ...
Jung A L - - 1994
The case of an infant with mesenchymal hamartoma of the chest wall is presented, and the role of conservative diagnostic and therapeutic intervention is emphasized. A large mass that involved the right hemithorax and chest wall was detected in utero on routine ultrasonographic studies and diagnosed as mesenchymal hamartoma by ...
Santschi E M - - 1994
Infertility was associated with a uterine mass in 2 Thoroughbred mares. Both mares had produced live foals, but had been barren for 2 years, despite repeated breedings. Each mass was removed through a right ventral paramedian incision. Histologic examination of the masses revealed a leiomyoma and an ovarian abscess. In ...
Evans D J - - 1994
An infant presented shortly after birth with signs suggestive of aortic coarctation. Echocardiography revealed an extensive aortic arch thrombus, not amenable to surgery. Thrombolytic agents reduced thrombus size, enabling survival, but failed to prevent neurological damage secondary to cerebral embolisation.
Wells S - - 1994
Fentanyl-induced chest wall rigidity occurred in an 8-week-old infant girl recovering from surgical repair of coarctation of the aorta. The neonate received 30 minutes of a moderate dose continuous infusion of fentanyl before chest wall rigidity developed. Association of the chest wall rigidity with the fentanyl infusion resulted in the ...
Farris P E - - 1994
We present the fifth case of rhabdomyomatous mesenchymal hamartoma, the first reported in a female infant. The patient is an otherwise healthy 3-day-old Latin American infant, the product of an uneventful pregnancy and term delivery by a primigravida 23-year-old. Otolaryngic consultation was obtained when a 4-mm polypoid mass was noted ...
Horng Y C - - 1994
Endodermal sinus tumor (EST) of the vagina is extremely rare and primarily affects infants. We report on a six-month-old female infant with EST of the vagina who presented with vaginal spotting of one month's duration. Pelvic ultrasound and computerized tomography showed a 3.8 x 3.5 cm heterogeneous mass between the ...
Hornberger L K - - 1994
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to test observations that might aid prenatal prediction of the presence of coarctation of the aorta in newborn infants with and without other forms of heart disease. BACKGROUND: Previous reports have suggested that abnormal growth of the aortic arch in utero may be ...
Burns J R - - 1993
Branched renal calculi are extremely unusual in infants. We report a case of a partial staghorn calculus in a 9-month-old boy and discuss how techniques routinely used in the treatment of staghorn calculi in adults (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, nephrostolithotomy, percutaneous irrigation) can be applied to the infant kidney.
Azumagawa K - - 1993
A 4-month-old male infant was seen because of an asymptomatic undescended left testis and a right sided abdominal mass. CT revealed a calcified retroperitoneal tumour. Histological examination of surgical specimens showed a mature primary teratoma of the contralateral undescended testis. While this is very rare, infants with undescended testis should ...
Resnick S D - - 1993
A 3-week-old infant had a massive hemangioma-like vascular neoplasm that had enlarged rapidly since being noted at birth. Less than a day after this initial evaluation the tumor underwent spontaneous ulceration and the infant had a near-fatal hemorrhage. Histologically, the tumor was a spindle cell neoplasm most consistent with the ...
Luks F I - - 1993
The tailgut is the distalmost portion of the embryonic gut, located caudal to the cloacal membrane. Up to the sixth week of development, it is in close proximity to the distal end of the notochord and the neural tube. It completely regresses by the seventh week, but some caudal duplication-like ...
Kawagishi J - - 1993
The authors encountered a rare case of multilobular cavernous angioma arising from the paraventricular region in an infant. Total resection of the angioma, which was 8 cm in diameter, was performed. The patient showed no neurological deficit. Although 22 cases in infants have previously been reported, this is the largest ...
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