Ottobre 2000 - Volume XIX - numero 8

Medico e Bambino


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Pielonefrite: chi la cura e come? una ricerca per telefono

Pediatri di Famiglia, ASS2 (Gorizia-Monfalcone) del Friuli-Venezia Giulia

The incidence of pyelonephritis on the children aged between 0 and 24 months in the area under examination was 2.1%; the M/F ratio was 0.8 during the first year of life; during the second year of life, all patients were females. The age distribution was: 41% during the first semester, 37% during the second semester, 22% during the second year. Isolated fever was almost the sole symptom. In most cases, the diagnosis was made without hospitalisation by using a reactive strip and a microscope. Out of 13 paediatricians, only 4 usually refer the children to the hospital for the first diagnostic approaches and the relevant treatments. Out of the 9 remaining paediatricians, 4 regularly proceed to urinalysis before starting the treatment.

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Pediatri di Famiglia ASS2 (Gorizia-Monfalcone) Pielonefrite: chi la cura e come? una ricerca per telefono. Medico e Bambino 2000;19(8):531-532 https://www.medicoebambino.com/?id=0008_531.pdf

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Agenesia polmonare e sindrome di goldenhar

P. Costantini

Clinica Pediatrica II, “G de Marchi”, Università di Milano

Description of a monolateral pulmonary agenesis case, which was identified at birth thanks to a pre-surgical radiological chest examination. A discrete dyspnea and a significant polyglobulia ensured a compensation of agenesis without desaturation. The observation of minor face dysmorphia signs (LEFT

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P. Costantini Agenesia polmonare e sindrome di goldenhar. Medico e Bambino 2000;19(8):531-532 https://www.medicoebambino.com/?id=0008_531.pdf

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Distonia parossistica oculare (encefalite da cmv?)

A. D’Apuzzo, R. De Nicola, V. Rosanova, F. De Rosa, G. Amendola, M. Spezie, L. Amato

Divisione di Pediatria, Divisione di Neurologia, Equipe Multidisciplinare di Neuropsichiatria Infantile. Castellammare di Stabia, ASL NA 5, P.O. San Leonardo

Description and interpretation of a case characterised by several critical episodes of conjugate tonic deviation of the gaze upwards and rightwards. It spontaneously recovered in few days. It was preceded by a febrile disease compatible with the diagnosis of Herpesviridae infection and it was accompanied with a movement of IgMs for CMV.

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A. D’Apuzzo, R. De Nicola, V. Rosanova, F. De Rosa, G. Amendola, M. Spezie, L. Amato Distonia parossistica oculare (encefalite da cmv?). Medico e Bambino 2000;19(8):531-532 https://www.medicoebambino.com/?id=0008_531.pdf


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