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(hydrops hydropsy)
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  • Congenital generalized lymphangiectasia: a rare developmental disorder for non-immune fetal hydrops. [Case Reports]
    Autops Case Rep 2015 Oct-Dec; 5(4):27-33Ferreira CR, Sibre V, … Torre JD
  • Firstly described by Rudolf Virchow in the 19th century, congenital generalized lymphangiectasia is a rare entity characterized by dilation of lymphatic vessels, and was recently classified in primary or secondary lymphangiectasia. Generalized forms may be diagnosed during pre-natal follow-up with ultrasound examination, and, depending on its severity, the newborn outcome is very poor. The author…
  • [Individual response to treatment: from Withering to contemporary medicine]. [Historical Article]
    Recenti Prog Med 2015; 106(7):308-15Pagliaro L, Colli A, Bobbio M
  • This is an essay dealing with the 1785 cohort study by William Withering (the "account"), in which he reported the results of the treatment with foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) in 163 patients suffering from various forms of hydropsy (water retention). Withering reported the results of all patients, and classified them into responders and non-responders. He identified the responders as suffering fr…
  • Differential toxicity and uptake of Diazinon on embryo-larval development of Rhinella arenarum. [Journal Article]
    Chemosphere 2014; 100:50-6Aronzon CM, Marino DJ, … Pérez Coll CS
  • Diazinon, an anti-cholinesterase organophosphate, is an extensively used pesticide. The main objective of this work was to assess the lethal and sublethal effects of Diazinon and its comparison with the uptake by embryos and larvae of the common South American toad Rhinella arenarum by means of standardized bioassays during acute (96 h), short-term chronic (168 h) and chronic (504 h) exposures. T…
  • Junctional ectopic tachycardia in infancy: report of two cases. [Case Reports]
    J Formos Med Assoc 1991; 90(5):517-9Wu JM, Young ML, … Lue HC
  • Junctional ectopic tachycardia (JET) in infancy is one of the serious arrhythmias which can be fatal. Typical features of JET include rapid and irregular heart beats with atrioventricular dissociation. Two cases of JET are reported: Case 1 was a 35-week-gestational age newborn who was found to have hydropsy and fetal tachycardia at the 21st week of gestational age. Antiarrhythmic agents including…
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