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Development in Childhood

Gaisford, Wilfrid (1972)

Rheumatism Work Has Research Value

Taylor, G. Douglas (1972)

Cœliac Disease

Sakula, J (1972)

Clinical and Laboratory Study of Children Exposed in utero to Maternal Rubella

Peckham, Catherine S. (1972)
Clinical and serological findings are described in 218 children aged 1 to 4 years who were exposed in utero to maternal rubella infection, and who were apparently normal at birth. 84 children were reassessed at 6 to 8 years of age. At the first examination, 23% of children had rubella-like defects, the most common of which was deafness associated in some cases with retinopathy. There was a close correlation between the incidence of rubella defects and both the time of exposure to maternal rub...

Spina Bifida Cystica: Results of Treatment of 270 Consecutive Cases with Criteria for Selection for the Future

Lorber, John (1972)
The disappointing results of treatment in 270 consecutive unselected cases of spina bifida admitted during a 27-month period are detailed. Massive effort has led to much avoidable suffering at an exorbitant cost in manpower and money. This study confirms the validity of those adverse prognostic criteria defined in an earlier study and which form a basis for selection. These are (1) thoracolumbar lesions, (2) severe paraplegia, (3) gross enlargement of head, (4) kyphosis, and (5) other severe ...

Medullary Cystic Disease and Juvenile Nephronophthisis in Separate Members of the Same Family

Sworn, M. J.; Eisinger, A. J. (1972)
The clinical and pathological findings in three sibs dying in renal failure at 9, 15, and 21 years of age respectively are presented. The three sibs showed a similar clinical presentation with an insidious onset of azotaemia without hypertension in association with obligatory dilute urine virtually free of albumin and formed elements. There was renal osteodystrophy in all cases with tertiary hyperparathyroidism in one case.