Gross Hydrocephalus

Case Report A 9-month-old second born child by normal delivery and cried immediately after birth with no perinatal complications presented with history of increasing size of head sine 4 months. On examination vitals were stable and drowsy with no cry Sun setting sign present, occipitofrontal circumference 65 cm, and (normal 32–35 cm conclusion hydrocephalus), weight 10 […]

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Extraordinary Large Giant Congenital Melanocytic Nevus Treated with Integra Dermal Regeneration Template

Kim A. Tønseth, MD, PhD,*†‡Charles Filip, MD, PhD,*†Robert Hermann, MD,*Harald Vindenes, MD,* and Hans Erik Høgevold, MD, PhD*† CASE REPORT The patient was born abroad after a normal pregnancy. Immediately after delivery, a very large voluminous GCMN of the back covering about 16% of the total body surface area and additional multiple smaller nevi on the body […]

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Coronary Artery Aneurysms and Thrombosis in Kawasaki Disease

A 7-month-old male infant was brought to the hospital after being found by his foster parents to be inconsolable and crying. He was up-to-date on his immunizations and met all his developmental milestones. Significant birth history included intrauterine exposure to methamphetamine, with a positive methamphetamine drug screen at birth, and subsequent removal from his mother […]

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Tetanus in a child – case report

A 6-year-old female patient with a low socioeconomic status, with an incomplete immunization schedule according to her age (only one dose of pentavalent vaccine and rotavirus had been applied). She began her clinical presentation 11 days prior to hospital admission, after having a sharp slice of wood on her right arm. She went to the […]

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